New messages after updating from r365443 to r365738

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New messages after updating from r365443 to r365738

Ruslan Garipov
Hi!

After I had updated my FreeBSD 13.0-CURRENT r365443 amd64 to r365738 the
following messages started to appear on the console/log:

$ egrep "not implemented|async_" /var/log/messages | fgrep "Sep 18"
Sep 18 08:19:05 {host_name} kernel: __pm_runtime_resume not
implemented -- see your local kernel hacker
Sep 18 08:19:05 {host_name} kernel: pm_runtime_mark_last_busy not
implemented -- see your local kernel hacker
Sep 18 08:19:05 {host_name} kernel: __pm_runtime_suspend not
implemented -- see your local kernel hacker
Sep 18 08:19:05 {host_name} kernel: pm_runtime_get_if_in_use not
implemented -- see your local kernel hacker
Sep 18 08:19:05 {host_name} kernel: kmem_cache_shrink not implemented
-- see your local kernel hacker
Sep 18 08:19:05 {host_name} kernel: register_oom_notifier not
implemented -- see your local kernel hacker
Sep 18 08:19:05 {host_name} kernel: register_acpi_notifier not
implemented -- see your local kernel hacker
Sep 18 08:19:05 {host_name} kernel: async_schedule is dodgy -- see
your local kernel hacker
Sep 18 08:19:05 {host_name} kernel: pm_runtime_set_autosuspend_delay
not implemented -- see your local kernel hacker
Sep 18 08:19:05 {host_name} kernel: __pm_runtime_use_autosuspend not
implemented -- see your local kernel hacker
Sep 18 08:19:05 {host_name} kernel: async_synchronize_cookie not
implemented -- see your local kernel hacker

What do they mean?

Should I provide more information on my system?
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Re: New messages after updating from r365443 to r365738

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Ruslan Garipov wrote:

> Hi!
>
> After I had updated my FreeBSD 13.0-CURRENT r365443 amd64 to r365738 the
> following messages started to appear on the console/log:
>
> $ egrep "not implemented|async_" /var/log/messages | fgrep "Sep 18"
> Sep 18 08:19:05 {host_name} kernel: __pm_runtime_resume not
> implemented -- see your local kernel hacker
> Sep 18 08:19:05 {host_name} kernel: pm_runtime_mark_last_busy not
> implemented -- see your local kernel hacker
> Sep 18 08:19:05 {host_name} kernel: __pm_runtime_suspend not
> implemented -- see your local kernel hacker
> Sep 18 08:19:05 {host_name} kernel: pm_runtime_get_if_in_use not
> implemented -- see your local kernel hacker
> Sep 18 08:19:05 {host_name} kernel: kmem_cache_shrink not implemented
> -- see your local kernel hacker
> Sep 18 08:19:05 {host_name} kernel: register_oom_notifier not
> implemented -- see your local kernel hacker
> Sep 18 08:19:05 {host_name} kernel: register_acpi_notifier not
> implemented -- see your local kernel hacker
> Sep 18 08:19:05 {host_name} kernel: async_schedule is dodgy -- see
> your local kernel hacker
> Sep 18 08:19:05 {host_name} kernel: pm_runtime_set_autosuspend_delay
> not implemented -- see your local kernel hacker
> Sep 18 08:19:05 {host_name} kernel: __pm_runtime_use_autosuspend not
> implemented -- see your local kernel hacker
> Sep 18 08:19:05 {host_name} kernel: async_synchronize_cookie not
> implemented -- see your local kernel hacker
>
> What do they mean?
>
> Should I provide more information on my system?

These are not something new and been there for ages coming from linuxkpi
+ your favorite drm/kms module, intended as a reminder on unimplemented
functionality.
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