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Re: OpenRD-client booting NetBSD-current

On Aug 16, 2012, at 6:02 AM, KIYOHARA Takashi wrote:
> From: Matt Thomas <matt%3am-software.com@localhost>
> Date: Thu, 9 Aug 2012 19:35:39 -0700
>> I've actually had this box a long time but it's been on loan but that
>> person never did anything with it so I reclaimed it.
>> I figured I'd just boot a SHEEVEPLUG_INSTALL and it would running.
>> Alas, it wasn't that easy.  after tftp'ing a uboot image with gzip'd
>> netbsd, it would just act flakey with random faults return control
>> to u-boot.
>> Turns out the default boot address 0x80000 was in memory u-boot was
>> using and u-boot overwrote something it needed.  So I moved the
>> boot address to 0x800000 (8MB) and it still flaked.  So I thought
>> let's not try a gzip'ed kernel image but a normal image.  And that
>> worked fine.  
> I think that the machine by which the SoC of Marvell is operating
> has very many memories.  We consider that it is better to set a default 
> configuration to 8M or 16M.

I need to tweak the initarm to uvm_page_physload the memory before the 

> Isn't the value of mk.marvell changed? 

No.  I made the assignments ?= so I can override them in the config

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