Subject: mount root file system (memory disk within kernel), sandpoint port
To: None <port-powerpc@NetBSD.org>
From: netbsd <email@example.com>
Date: 04/22/2004 13:13:55
during mounting of the root file system I get a trap. Any help yould be
-is it enough to copy the kernel into the ram? or do i have to unpack
the memory disk fs somehow?
I created the file system as big endian ffs and put it into the kernel
with mdsetimage. I have also enabled the following kernel options:
options MEMORY_DISK_IS_ROOT # Force root on RAM disk
options MEMORY_DISK_ROOT_SIZE=4096 # 2 MB
pseudo-device md 1
an extract of the console output:
md0: internal 2048 KB image area
boot device: <unknown>
root on md0a dumps on md0b
mountroot: trying ffs...
trap type 200 at e2834
Press a key to panic.
Stopped in pid 0 (swapper) at 0xd0360: lwz r0, r1, 0x14
CPU ppc 750, 400MHz, 64MB RAM, Flashdisk
Netbsd 1.6.2, based on the sandpoint build