Subject: Re: kernel for IQ80310 crashes...
To: John Clark <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Jason R Thorpe <email@example.com>
Date: 01/15/2002 18:41:49
On Tue, Jan 15, 2002 at 02:46:05PM -0800, John Clark wrote:
> I got the kernel on to the IQ80310 board and now get the following:
> RedBoot> go 0xa0200000
Hm, did you load this via the Ethernet, or copy it into flash and boot
it from there?
> obio0 at mainbus0: board rev. F, CPLD rev. A, backplane not present
> iopxs0 at mainbus0: i80312 Companion I/O, acting as PCI slave
Hm. Ok, this is different from my IQ80310 setup:
obio0 at mainbus0: board rev. F, CPLD rev. D, backplane present
iopxs0 at mainbus0: i80312 Companion I/O, acting as PCI host
Now, this "is_host" variable is consulted when the i80312 is configured.
In particular, if is_host is false, then the assumption is that we're
plugged into a PCI host that will configure some i80312 paramters as part
of its own PCI bus configuration. This could be part of the problem.
> Intel product 0x100d (ethernet network, revision 0x02) at pci0 dev 5
> function 0
> not configured
Which Intel Gig-E is this? My i82544GC parts have a product ID of 0x100c.
> root on fxp0
> nfs_boot: trying DHCP/BOOTP
> nfs_boot: DHCP next-server: 18.104.22.168
> nfs_boot: my_addr=192.168.111.155
> nfs_boot: my_mask=255.255.255.0
> nfs_boot: gateway=192.168.111.112
> panic: lockmgr: draining against myself
> Stopped in pid 0 (swapper) at 0xa0321d20:[u]vm_fault(0xa0366aec,
> a01e0000, 3,
> 0) -> e
Hm. This is strange. Is the physical address space laid out on
your board differently from a stock IQ80310? Can you please use
gdb to determine what source file/line that PC maps to? (It maps
to uvm_swap.c:933 in my source tree, but my tree is almost certainly
different from yours, and so it's not very meaningful.)
If you don't have a cross-gdb, you can get one by doing:
MKCROSSGDB=yes ./build.sh -t -m evbarm ...
(...it's not built by default...)
-- Jason R. Thorpe <firstname.lastname@example.org>