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Re: boot Kernel Parameter “acpi=off noapic ” through GRUB



Ya I know that.. But 
   
   Please let me know if this is an expected behavior. 

Shankar Jha <shankar jha gmail com> wrote:
  Hi I have a solution.
In BIOS enable the acpi support.
By default it will disable.
It will work fine.
Shankar RHCE


On 8/10/06, Shankar Jha wrote:
>
> Hi,
> I have the same problem.I did lot but no answer.It happens in RHEL-4 .
> any idea.
> Shankar(RHCE)
>
>
> On 8/10/06, Arun Williams 
wrote:
> >
> > When I pass a boot Kernel Parameter "acpi=off noapic" through GRUB, my
> > server doesn't power down completely. I.e. the server doesn't cut down
> > power automatically, but holds at "Power Down" (message).
> >
> > Please let me know if this is an expected behavior. Also let me know
> > what does that noapic means
> >
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