ACPI Errors during host registration



  • Server
    • FOG Version: 1.4.4
    • OS: Debian 9.0.0
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    Description

    Hi there,

    continued to register our hosts at our fog-server. After saying “Perform full registration” I get the following picture, before I can enter the hostname:

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    Usually I don’t get those messages, except the one “creating epoll fd”.
    Here is the inventory-info of one of the machines.
    Registred 7 of them by now, and all are giving the same messages, but registration works, as it seems.

    Hope it helps. If there are any questions or any additional info I can provide: I am out of office until next monday -> then :)

    Cheers, Rainer

    System Manufacturer FUJITSU
    System Product ESPRIMO_P556
    System Version
    System Serial Number YM4X051561
    System Type Type: Mini Tower
    BIOS Vendor FUJITSU // American Megatrends Inc.
    BIOS Version V5.0.0.11 R1.11.0 for D3400-A1x
    BIOS Date 02/02/2016
    Motherboard Manufacturer FUJITSU
    Motherboard Product Name D3400-A1
    Motherboard Version S26361-D3400-A1
    Motherboard Serial Number 49634444
    Motherboard Asset Tag
    CPU Manufacturer Intel® Corporation
    CPU Version Intel® Core™ i5-6400 CPU @ 2.70GHz
    CPU Normal Speed Current Speed: 3100 MHz
    CPU Max Speed Max Speed: 8300 MHz
    Memory 3.73 GiB
    Hard Disk Model TOSHIBA DT01ACA050
    Hard Disk Firmware MS1OA7J0
    Hard Disk Serial Number 36583Y2AS
    Chassis Manufacturer FUJITSU
    Chassis Version
    Chassis Serial YM4X051561
    Chassis Asset


  • Developer

    @Tywyn As suggested try updating the machine’s firmware or disabling ACPI in the linux kernel. For the later add acpi=off as kernel parameter in the host’s settings and see if the messages are gone. As George already said, those messages shouldn’t be a show stopper.


  • Moderator

    I agree this is a hardware “issue”. You probably can ignore these messages. or set the kernel parameter to disable ACPI commands (which appears to be the root of the messages above).

    Also this issue may have been addressed by the hardware manufacturer. Make sure the firmware is up to date on this system.


  • Senior Developer

    This is a hardware problem not a bug.


  • Moderator

    @developers looks like a kernel problem with this model.


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