Subject: port-ofppc/14497: OF_buf isn't in OF address space
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From: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 11/07/2001 13:02:55
>Synopsis: OF_buf isn't in OF address space
>Arrival-Date: Wed Nov 07 13:04:00 PST 2001
>Originator: Andrew Cagney
>Release: 1.5.2 userland, current kernel
NetBSD localhost 1.5Y NetBSD 1.5Y (NETLUX) #1: Thu Nov 1 05:53:32 EST 2001 boor@localhost:/usr/src/sys/arch/macppc/compile/NETLUX macppc
The OFPPC locore.s files both allocate space for OF_buf by extending the .bss section by one page.
This only works if the OpenFirmware has 1:1 mapped all of memory. PSIM doesn't do this so that 4k page of memory isn't in the VM shared by the kernel and OF.
The code could instead:
- claim() the memory using an OF call
- shove the page into the .bss so it is part of the kernel and is already mapped in.
I suspect NetBSD/MacPPC has a similar problem.
bash-2.04# gdb netbsd.gdb
GNU gdb 2001-11-06-cvs
This GDB was configured as "powerpc-apple-netbsd1.5X"...
(gdb) target sim -r 0x400000 -t os-emul
Connected to the simulator.
chirp: note descriptor missing load-base
Starting program: /usr/src/sys/arch/ofppc/compile/GENERIC/netbsd.gdb
emul_chirp.c:1982: finddevice called from 0x287898 with args 0x2bad0c
emul_chirp.c:718: finddevice - in - device_specifier=`/chosen'
emul_chirp.c:729: finddevice - out - phandle=0x4(0x1c0c380`chosen')
emul_chirp.c:1982: getprop called from 0x287898 with args 0x2bacd0
emul_chirp.c:518: getprop - in - phandle=0x4(0x1c0c380`chosen') name=`stdin' buf=0x2ef000 buflen=4
cpu 1, cia 0x80004000: double interrupt - MSR[RI] bit clear when attempting to deliver interrupt, cia=0x80004000, msr=0x30; srr0=0x0(cia), srr1=0x0(msr); trap-vector=0x300, trap-msr=0x0
Program terminated with signal ?, Unknown signal.
The program no longer exists.
[Switching to process 0]
The hack below works.
bash-2.04# diff -c locore.S fixed-locore.S
*** locore.S Wed Nov 7 15:43:45 2001
--- fixed-locore.S Fri Oct 26 21:25:01 2001
*** 77,82 ****
--- 77,86 ----
.long 0 /* openfirmware entry point */
+ .section .bss
+ .space 0x1000
* This symbol is here for the benefit of kvm_mkdb, and is supposed to
* mark the start of kernel text.
*** 146,151 ****
--- 150,158 ----
+ /* having worked all this out just ignore it. */
+ lis 8,OF_buffer@ha
+ addi 8,8,OF_buffer@l