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Re: Failures on NetBSD/macppc 6.0 for pkgsrc-current
On Fri, Dec 30, 2016 at 01:13:09 +0100, Havard Eidnes wrote:
> >>> Hmm, apparently http://gnats.netbsd.org/50037 hasn't been pulled up to
> >>> -6 at all.
> >> It's not pulled up to be part of the 6.1 release, but the significant
> >> part of it appears to have been pulled up to netbsd-6, [...]
> > What does the "significant part" mean? Is the FPU-context switching bug
> > fixed in netbsd-6 or not?
> Sorry for being a bit vague.
> The above PR was for netbsd-6 tackled by
> Initially, this set of changes were requested pulled up:
> sys/arch/powerpc/include/psl.h 1.20
> sys/arch/powerpc/include/userret.h 1.29, 1.30
> sys/arch/powerpc/oea/altivec.c 1.30
> sys/arch/powerpc/oea/oea_machdep.c 1.72
> sys/arch/powerpc/powerpc/fpu.c 1.36
> However, this resulted in build failures on netbsd-6, and was
> subsequently reverted, and later on the following set of
> revisions/patches were pulled up:
> sys/arch/powerpc/include/userret.h 1.29-1.30 (patch)
> sys/arch/powerpc/oea/oea_machdep.c 1.72 (patch)
> sys/arch/powerpc/include/psl.h 1.20 (patch)
> with this text:
> Add a check to make sure that if PSL_FP is set, we own the FPU.
> Don't clear PSL_FP/PSL_VEC.
> Remove PSL_SPV from BOOKE PSL_USERMOD
> Don't preserve PSL_FP/PSL_VEC in cpu_setmcontext.
> [matt, ticket #1310]
> It's this latter set of files I've updated via "cvs update -r netbsd-6"
> and I'm otherwise using 6.1 release sources.
Funny. Apparently (according to the ticket) I made that patch for the
-6 pullup, but I completely forgot about that. I knew there must be a
reason this machines ran a -stable kernel :)
The stupid part was not updating the ticket.
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