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Re: Some SA11x0 diffs

ober%linbsd.org@localhost wrote:
>Here is the trace from the original GENERIC you provided.
>panic: config_detach: forced detach of wdc1 failed (45)
>Stopped in pid 0.30 (system) at netbsd:cpu_Debugger+0x4  bx r14
>db> tr
>       scp=0xc03a5200 rlv=0xc039648c (netbsd:config_detach+0x494)
>       rsp=0xc5a76f40 rfp=0xc5a76f6c
>       scp=0xc0396004 rlv=0xc03548a4 (netbsd:pcmcia_card_detach+0x64)
>       rsp=0xc5a76f70 rfp=0xc5a76f94
>       r10=0x00000000 r9=0xc04fa2b4
>       r8=0x00000001  r7=0xc5201e00 r6=0x00000000 r5=0xc41b3100
>       r4=0xc5167e54
>       scp=0xc035484c rlv=0xc036e2cc (netbsd:pxapcic_event_thread+0xd8)
>       rsp=0xc5a76f98 rfp=0xc5a76fb0
>       r8=0x00000000 rs=0x00000000
>       r6=0x00000000 r5=0xc5167e58 r4=0xc5167e54
>       scp=0xc036e200 rlv=0xc022d72c (netbsd:lwp_trampoline+0x14)
>       rsp=0xc5a76fb4 rfp-0xc01ccf3c
>       r5=0xc5167e58 r4=0xc036e1f4
>Bad frame pointer: 0xc01ccf3c

This is MI code, EOPNOTSUPP is being returned from somewhere to

>Will test your new patch.

The new patch was just cosmetic, it would be better if you tested a kernel
from a clean tree.

Robert Swindells

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