Subject: Re: build.sh release failure on alpha (-current)
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Y. Takizawa <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 12/22/2004 23:37:26
In message ``Re: build.sh release failure on alpha (-current)''
Wed Dec 22 17:19:23 JST 2004,
email@example.com (Y. Takizawa) writes:
> > While cross-building -current alpha on i386, i noticed that `build.sh
> > release' fails :
> I caught the same failure on i386 and macppc cross-building.
> I think that bootxx_ffs needs the size less than 7680 bytes
> to write to 1.2M boot floppy first track, referring to
> sys/arch/i386/stand/bootxx/Makefile.bootxx for example.
> NetBSD/alpha has no 1.2M boot floppy now, maybe you can
> _void_ the failure to increase checking size (like the following
> patch to fit 1.4M floppy first track). I don't know it is correct
> to fix for boot disks and release building.
I confirmed that build.sh release is finished using the patch
mentioned above, but could not boot from my AlphaPC 164LX
SCSI disk installed the bootxx_ffs like this:
(boot dka0.0.0.9.0 -flags a)
block 0 of dka0.0.0.9.0 is a valid boot block
reading 16 blocks from dka0.0.0.9.0
jumping to bootstrap code
halted CPU 0
halt code = 2
kernel stack not valid halt
pc = fffffc00003ec800
Maybe SRM firmware also read just 16 sectors (8192 bytes)
at boot. Now I have no idea to fix this problem.