Subject: new r4k code problems
To: None <port-pmax@NetBSD.ORG>
From: Simon Burge <simonb@telstra.com.au>
List: port-pmax
Date: 06/17/1997 20:40:42
Howdy folks,

I've built a kernel for a 5000/260 from last night's SUP, and both
booting of disk and diskless it hangs after the "root file system type"
message.  I've seen a quite a few commits during today, so I'll try and
build a new kernel tomorrow.  The machine is at work, and I'm at home,
so there's not to much I can do now it's wedged (all the reset-button
pushers have gone home for the day).  In the meantime, any ideas?  Below
are the boot messages booting of disk...

Simon.

ps:  The kernel was too large to boot with tftp, but after an
"addnode <hostname> -h <enet addr> -l <path-to-ecoff-kernel>", booting
with MOP seemed fine.

>>boot 3/rz0/net4k
Boot: 3/rz0/net4k
Size: 847552+44000+61904
Starting at 0x80030000

Using PROM serial output until serial drivers initialized
Copyright (c) 1982, 1986, 1989, 1991, 1993
    The Regents of the University of California.  All rights reserved.

NetBSD 1.2G (R4KNFS) #0: Tue Jun 17 03:57:04 EST 1997
    simonb@mona:/usr/src/sys/arch/pmax/compile/R4KNFS
real mem = 67108864
avail mem = 57364480
using 1638 buffers containing 6709248 bytes of memory
mainbus0 (root)
cpu0 at mainbus0: MIPS R4400 CPU Rev. 4.0 with MIPS R4010 FPC Rev. 0.0
        Primary cache size: 16kb Instruction, 16kb Data, 1024kb Secondary.
tc0 at mainbus0: 25 MHz clock
asic0 at tc0 slot 3 offset 0x0
le0 at asic0 offset 0xc0000 priority 4: address 08:00:2b:30:a4:b3
le0: 32 receive buffers, 8 transmit buffers
scc0 at asic0 offset 0x100000 priority 6
scc1 at asic0 offset 0x180000 priority  (In sccattach: cn_dev = 0x1102) (Unit = 1): console
clock0 at asic0 offset 0x200000 priority 0
asc0 at asic0 offset 0x300000 priority 3: target 7
Beginning old-style SCSI device autoconfiguration
rz0 at asc0 drive 0 slave 0 DEC RZ26     (C) DEC rev T386, 2050860 512 byte blocks
boot device: rz0
root on rz0a dumps on rz0b
WARNING: clock lost 365 days -- CHECK AND RESET THE DATE!
root file system type: ffs