panic: make_dev_credv: bad si_name (error=17, si_name=dri/card0) Architecture: i386 v2 Length: 93831168B (89 MB) Blocksize: 512 Dumptime: Tue Apr 22 23:14:25 2014 Hostname: inara.rulingia.com Version String: FreeBSD 10.0-STABLE #0 r264725: Tue Apr 22 22:27:39 EST 2014 firstname.lastname@example.org:/usr/obj/usr/src/sys/inara
Postmortem analysis has determined that this panic occurred at frame
3, in function
This resulted from a bus reprobe request triggered by the loading of
i915kms.ko module using the KLD framework.
i915drm was already compiled into the running kernel (inara#0,
stable/10@264725), a device
dri/card0 already existed at the point
where DRM code in i915kms was initialised. This initialisation
attempts to create device entries for all DRIs with no protection
against DRIs being created for already-existing cards.
make_dev_credv ensures that device names in /dev are unique upon
their creation. This particular panic is triggered by a non-unique
device name in /dev (error 17, EEXIST), as a result of this module
- Gated entry for KMS modules that forbid loading if DRM modules are loaded.
- Non-fatal preventative protection for DRI device node creation.