Subject: Continuing problems with SS20 and 512Mb of Ram
To: None <port-sparc@netbsd.org>
From: Christopher Sean Hilton <chris@vindaloo.com>
List: port-sparc
Date: 05/07/2005 18:13:51
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I'm beginning to think that I've played with this enough. I cannot get a
stable NetBSD 2.x.x box running on this hardware. It has an uptime of
about 2 days before I must reboot it because it constantly throws
sbrk ... error 12 at me. I've attempted to get it stable enough to build
a new kernel with NKMEMPAGES set appropriately but the kernel's all fail
to boot. 

Here's what I get on boot

ok boot nnetbsd
Resetting ...


SPARCstation 20 (1 X RT626), No Keyboard
ROM Rev. 2.25R hyperSPARC, 512 MB memory installed, Serial #3438646.
Ethernet address 8:0:20:20:a:37, Host ID: 72347836.



Rebooting with command: nnetbsd
Boot device: /iommu/sbus/espdma@f,400000/esp@f,800000/sd@3,0  File and
args: nnetbsd
>> NetBSD/sparc Secondary Boot, Revision 1.14
>> (builds@build, Thu Dec  2 01:42:46 UTC 2004)
Booting nnetbsd
5496476+99396+328984 [210672+166814]=0x612cc8
OBP version 3, revision 2.25 (plugin rev 2)
Copyright (c) 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004
    The NetBSD Foundation, Inc.  All rights reserved.
Copyright (c) 1982, 1986, 1989, 1991, 1993
    The Regents of the University of California.  All rights reserved.

NetBSD 2.0.2 (KAMINO) #0: Sat May  7 16:08:04 EDT 2005
        chris@kamino.vindaloo.com:/usr/obj/sys/arch/sparc/compile/KAMINO
total memory = 511 MB
avail memory = 493 MB
bootpath: /iommu@f,e0000000/sbus@f,e0001000/espdma@f,400000/esp@f,800000/sd@3,0
mainbus0 (root): SUNW,SPARCstation-20: hostid 72347836
cpu0 at mainbus0: RT620/625 @ 180 MHz, on-chip FPU
cpu0: 512K byte write-back, 32 bytes/line, sw flush: cache enabled
obio0 at mainbus0
clock0 at obio0 slot 0 offset 0x200000: mk48t08
timer0 at obio0 slot 0 offset 0x300000: delay constant 88
zs0 at obio0 slot 0 offset 0x100000 level 12 softpri 6
zstty0 at zs0 channel 0 (console i/o)
zstty1 at zs0 channel 1
zs1 at obio0 slot 0 offset 0x0 level 12 softpri 6
kbd0 at zs1 channel 0: baud rate 1200
ms0 at zs1 channel 1: baud rate 1200
                                    

<The machine reboots here and the openboot prom is configured to
autoboot  netbsd.>


SPARCstation 20 (1 X RT626), No Keyboard
ROM Rev. 2.25R hyperSPARC, 512 MB memory installed, Serial #3438646.
Ethernet address 8:0:20:20:a:37, Host ID: 72347836.



Boot device: /iommu/sbus/espdma@f,400000/esp@f,800000/sd@3,0  File and
args: netbsd


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# $NetBSD: GENERIC,v 1.149.2.4 2004/07/15 20:31:06 he Exp $
#
# GENERIC machine description file
# 
# This machine description file is used to generate the default NetBSD
# kernel.  The generic kernel does not include all options, subsystems
# and device drivers, but should be useful for most applications.
#
# The machine description file can be customised for your specific
# machine to reduce the kernel size and improve its performance.
#
# For further information on compiling NetBSD kernels, see the config(8)
# man page.
#
# For further information on hardware support for this architecture, see
# the intro(4) man page.  For further information about kernel options
# for this architecture, see the options(4) man page.  For an explanation
# of each device driver in this file see the section 4 man page for the
# device.

include 	"arch/sparc/conf/std.sparc"

options 	INCLUDE_CONFIG_FILE	# embed config file in kernel binary

#ident 		"GENERIC-$Revision: 1.149.2.4 $"

maxusers	32

## System kernel configuration.  See options(4) for more detail.


# Options for variants of the Sun SPARC architecure.
# We currently support three architecture types; at least one is required.
options 	SUN4		# sun4/100, sun4/200, sun4/300
options 	SUN4C		# sun4c - SS1, 1+, 2, ELC, SLC, IPC, IPX, etc.
options 	SUN4M		# sun4m - SS10, SS20, Classic, etc.

options 	SUN4_MMU3L	# sun4/400 3-level MMU

## System options specific to the sparc machine type

# Blink the power LED on some machines to indicate the system load.
#options 	BLINK

## Use a faster console than the PROM's slow drawing routines.  Not needed
## for headless (no framebuffer) machines.
options 	RASTERCONSOLE		# fast rasterop console
options 	FONT_GALLANT12x22	# the console font
#options 	FONT_BOLD8x16		# a somewhat smaller font
## default console colors: black-on-white; this can be changed
## using the following two options.
#options 	RASTERCONSOLE_FGCOL=WSCOL_BLACK
#options 	RASTERCONSOLE_BGCOL=WSCOL_WHITE

#### System options that are the same for all ports

## Root device configuration: change the ?'s if you are going to use a
## nonstandard root partition (other than where the kernel is booted from)
## and/or nonstandard root type (not ffs or nfs).  Normally this can be
## automagically determined at boot time.

config		netbsd	root on ? type ?

## System call tracing (see ktrace(1)).
options 	KTRACE
options 	SYSTRACE	# system call vetting via systrace(1)

## Collect statistics on kernel malloc's and free's.  This does have a
## significant performance hit on slower machines, so it is intended for
## diagnostic use only.
#options 	KMEMSTATS

options		NKMEMPAGES=5120

## System V compatible IPC subsystem.  (msgctl(2), semctl(2), and shmctl(2))
options 	SYSVMSG		# System V message queues
options 	SYSVSEM		# System V semaphores
#options 	SEMMNI=10	# number of semaphore identifiers
#options 	SEMMNS=60	# number of semaphores in system
#options 	SEMUME=10	# max number of undo entries per process
#options 	SEMMNU=30	# number of undo structures in system
options 	SYSVSHM		# System V shared memory
#options 	SHMMAXPGS=1024	# 1024 pages is the default
options 	P1003_1B_SEMAPHORE # p1003.1b semaphore support

## Loadable kernel module support; still under development.
options 	LKM

options 	USERCONF	# userconf(4) support
#options 	PIPE_SOCKETPAIR	# smaller, but slower pipe(2)
options 	SYSCTL_INCLUDE_DESCR	# Include sysctl descriptions in kernel

# Enable experimental buffer queue strategy for better responsiveness under 
# high disk I/O load. Use it with caution - it's not proven to be stable yet.
#options 	NEW_BUFQ_STRATEGY

## NFS boot options; tries DHCP/BOOTP then BOOTPARAM
options 	NFS_BOOT_BOOTPARAM
#options 	NFS_BOOT_BOOTP
options 	NFS_BOOT_DHCP

#### Debugging options

## The DDB in-kernel debugger runs at panic (unless DDB_ONPANIC=0), or at
## serial console break or keyboard reset, where the PROM would normally
## intercept.  DDB_HISTORY_SIZE adds up/down arrow command history.
#options 	DDB			# kernel dynamic debugger
#options 	DDB_HISTORY_SIZE=100	# enable history editing in DDB
#options 	DDB_ONPANIC=1		# see also sysctl(8): `ddb.onpanic'

## You may also use gdb, on another computer connected to this machine over
## a serial port.  Both KGDB_DEV and KGDB_DEVRATE should be specified;
## KGDB_DEV is a dev_t encoded device number of the serial port to use, where
## the minor device number encodes the PROM enumeration of the serial ports,
## i.e.:
## 0xc00 = ttya, 0xc01 = ttyb, 0xc02 = ttyc, 0xc03 = ttyd.
## (Note: ttyc and ttyd are available only on some sun4 models)
#options 	KGDB			# support for kernel gdb
#options 	KGDB_DEV=0xc01		# kgdb device number (this is `ttyb')
#options 	KGDB_DEVRATE=38400	# baud rate


## Compile the kernel with debugging symbols (`netbsd.gdb' is the debug file),
## such that gdb(1) can be used on a kernel coredump.

#makeoptions	DEBUG="-g"


## Adds code to the kernel that does internal consistency checks, and will
## cause the kernel to panic if corruption of internal data structures
## is detected.
#options 	DIAGNOSTIC	# extra kernel sanity checking

## Enable (possibly expensive) debugging code that may also display messages
## on the system console
#options 	DEBUG

## Make SCSI error messages more verbose when explaining their meanings.
options 	SCSIVERBOSE

options 	MIIVERBOSE	# verbose PHY autoconfig messages

## `INSECURE' turns off the kernel security level (securelevel = 0 always).
## This allows writing to /dev/mem, loading kernel modules while multi-user,
## and other insecurities good only for development work.  Do not use this
## option on a production machine.
#options 	INSECURE

## `FDSCRIPTS' allows non-readable but executable scripts by providing a
## pre-opened opaque file to the script interpreter.  `SETUIDSCRIPTS',
## which implies FDSCRIPTS, allows scripts to be set-user-id using the same
## opaque file mechanism.  Perl calls this "secure setuid scripts."

#options 	FDSCRIPTS
#options 	SETUIDSCRIPTS

## Options for compatibility with previous releases foreign system binaries.
## In the cases of COMPAT_SUNOS and COMPAT_SVR4, you may need to set up
## additional user-level utilities or system configuration files. See
## compat_sunos(8) and compat_svr4(8).

options 	COMPAT_43	# 4.3BSD system interfaces
options 	COMPAT_10	# NetBSD 1.0 binary compatibility
options 	COMPAT_11	# NetBSD 1.1 binary compatibility
options 	COMPAT_12	# NetBSD 1.2 binary compatibility
options 	COMPAT_13	# NetBSD 1.3 binary compatibility
options 	COMPAT_14	# NetBSD 1.4 binary compatibility
options 	COMPAT_16	# NetBSD 1.6 binary compatibility
options 	COMPAT_SUNOS	# SunOS 4.x binary compatibility
options 	COMPAT_SVR4	# SunOS 5.x binary compatibility

## File systems.  You probably need at least one of FFS or NFS.
file-system	FFS		# Berkeley Fast Filesystem
file-system	NFS		# Sun NFS-compatible filesystem client
file-system	KERNFS		# kernel data-structure filesystem
file-system	NULLFS		# NULL layered filesystem
file-system 	OVERLAY		# overlay file system
file-system	MFS		# memory-based filesystem
file-system	FDESC		# user file descriptor filesystem
file-system	UMAPFS		# uid/gid remapping filesystem
file-system	LFS		# Log-based filesystem (still experimental)
file-system	PORTAL		# portal filesystem (still experimental)
file-system	PROCFS		# /proc
file-system	CD9660		# ISO 9660 + Rock Ridge file system
file-system	UNION		# union file system
file-system	MSDOSFS		# MS-DOS FAT filesystem(s).
file-system	CODA		# Coda File System; also needs vcoda (below)

## File system options.
options 	NFSSERVER	# Sun NFS-compatible filesystem server
options 	QUOTA		# FFS quotas
#options 	FFS_EI		# FFS Endian Independent support
options 	SOFTDEP		# FFS soft updates support.

## Network protocol support.  In most environments, INET is required.
options 	INET		# IP (Internet Protocol) v4
options 	INET6		# IPV6
#options 	IPSEC		# IP security
#options 	IPSEC_ESP	# IP security (encryption part; define w/IPSEC)
#options 	IPSEC_DEBUG	# debug for IP security
#options 	GATEWAY		# packet forwarding ("router switch")
#options 	MROUTING	# packet forwarding of multicast packets
#options 	DIRECTED_BROADCAST	# allow broadcasts through routers
options 	NS		# Xerox NS networking
#options 	NSIP		# Xerox NS tunneling over IP
options 	ISO,TPIP	# OSI networking
#options 	EON		# OSI tunneling over IP
#options 	CCITT,LLC,HDLC	# X.25 packet switched protocol
#options 	NETATALK	# AppleTalk (over Ethernet) protocol
options 	NTP		# Network Time Protocol in-kernel support
#options 	PPS_SYNC	# Add serial line synchronization for NTP
options 	PFIL_HOOKS	# Add pfil(9) hooks, intended for custom LKMs.
options 	IPFILTER_LOG	# Add ipmon(8) logging for ipfilter device
#options 	IPFILTER_DEFAULT_BLOCK	# block all packets by default
options 	PPP_BSDCOMP	# Add BSD compression to ppp device
options 	PPP_DEFLATE	# Add deflate (libz) compression to ppp device
options 	PPP_FILTER	# Add active filters for ppp (via bpf)

#options 	ALTQ		# Manipulate network interfaces' output queues
#options 	ALTQ_BLUE	# Stochastic Fair Blue
#options 	ALTQ_CBQ	# Class-Based Queueing
#options 	ALTQ_CDNR	# Diffserv Traffic Conditioner
#options 	ALTQ_FIFOQ	# First-In First-Out Queue
#options 	ALTQ_FLOWVALVE	# RED/flow-valve (red-penalty-box)
#options 	ALTQ_HFSC	# Hierarchical Fair Service Curve
#options 	ALTQ_LOCALQ	# Local queueing discipline
#options 	ALTQ_PRIQ	# Priority Queueing
#options 	ALTQ_RED	# Random Early Detection
#options 	ALTQ_RIO	# RED with IN/OUT
#options 	ALTQ_WFQ	# Weighted Fair Queueing



#### Main bus and CPU .. all systems.
mainbus0 at root
cpu0	at mainbus0

#### Bus types found on SPARC systems.

sbus0	at mainbus0				# sun4c
obio0	at mainbus0				# sun4 and sun4m
sparcvme0	at mainbus0				# sun4
iommu0	at mainbus0				# sun4m
sbus0	at iommu0				# sun4m
sparcvme0	at iommu0				# sun4m
vme0	at sparcvme0		# mi VME attachment

## SBus expander box
xbox*	at sbus? slot ? offset ?
sbus*	at xbox?

## SBus to PCMCIA bridge
#options	FULL_SPARC_BUS_SPACE
#nell*	at sbus? slot ? offset ?		# PCMCIA bridge
#pcmcia*	at nell?

#### Standard system devices -- all required for a given architecture

## Auxiliary system registers on sun4c and sun4m
auxreg0	at mainbus0				# sun4c
auxreg0	at obio0				# sun4m
auxiotwo0 at obio0				# only on Tadpole SPARCbook.

## Power status and control register on Sun4m systems
power0	at obio0

## Mostek clock found on 4/300, sun4c, and sun4m systems.
## The Mostek clock NVRAM is the "eeprom" on sun4/300 systems.
clock0	at mainbus0				# sun4c
clock0	at obio0				# sun4m
clock0	at obio0 addr 0xf2000000		# sun4/300

## Intersil clock found on 4/100 and 4/200 systems.
oclock0	at obio0 addr 0xf3000000		# sun4/200
oclock0	at obio0 addr 0x03000000		# sun4/100

## Memory error registers.
memreg0	at mainbus0				# sun4c
memreg0	at obio0				# sun4m
memreg0	at obio0 addr 0xf4000000		# sun4/200 and sun4/300
memreg0	at obio0 addr 0x04000000		# sun4/100

## ECC memory control
eccmemctl0 at mainbus0				# sun4m

## Timer chip found on 4/300, sun4c, and sun4m systems.
timer0	at mainbus0				# sun4c
timer0	at obio0				# sun4m
timer0	at obio0 addr 0xef000000		# sun4/300

## EEPROM found on 4/100 and 4/200 systems.  Note that the 4/300
## doesn't use this driver; the `EEPROM' is in the NVRAM on the
## Mostek clock chip on 4/300 systems.
eeprom0	at obio0 addr 0xf2000000		# sun4/200
eeprom0	at obio0 addr 0x02000000		# sun4/100


#### Serial port configuration

## Zilog 8530 serial chips.  Each has two-channels.
## zs0 is ttya and ttyb.  zs1 is the keyboard and mouse.
zs0	at mainbus0					# sun4c
zs0	at obio0					# sun4m
zs0	at obio0 addr 0xf1000000 level 12		# sun4/200 and sun4/300
zs0	at obio0 addr 0x01000000 level 12		# sun4/100
zstty0	at zs0 channel 0				# ttya
zstty1	at zs0 channel 1				# ttyb

zs1	at mainbus0					# sun4c
zs1	at obio0					# sun4m
zs1	at obio0 addr 0xf0000000 level 12		# sun4/200 and sun4/300
zs1	at obio0 addr 0x00000000 level 12		# sun4/100
kbd0	at zs1 channel 0				# keyboard
ms0	at zs1 channel 1				# mouse

zs2	at obio0 addr 0xe0000000 level 12		# sun4/300
zstty2	at zs2 channel 0				# ttyc
zstty3	at zs2 channel 1				# ttyd

## NS16x50 serial chips and clones.  Present on the
## Sun JavaStation-1 and Tadpole SPARCbook 3
com*	at obio0					# sun4m

# Parallel port.
bpp*	at sbus? slot? offset ?

## Magma Serial/Parallel driver
magma*	at sbus? slot ? offset ?
mtty*	at magma?
mbpp*	at magma?

## PCMCIA serial interfaces
#com*	at pcmcia?
#pcmcom*	at pcmcia?
#com*	at pcmcom?

#### Disk controllers and disks

#

## The following flags may be set for the NCR53c94 based esp driver:
##	bits 0-7:  disable disconnect/reselect for the corresponding target
##	bits 8-15: disable synchronous negotiation for target [bit-8]

## sun4/300, sun4c, sun4m on-board SCSI, and FSBE/S SBus SCSI cards.
## Both `dma' and `esp' are needed in all cases.
## Two kinds of additional SBus SCSI interfaces are available.  One uses
## "esp at sbus" like the sun4c on-board; the other uses "esp at dma".

## sun4/300 SCSI - an NCR53c94 or equivalent behind
## an LSI Logic DMA controller

dma0	at obio0 addr 0xfa001000 level 4		# sun4/300
esp0	at obio0 addr 0xfa000000 level 4 flags 0x0000	# sun4/300

dma0	at sbus0 slot ? offset ?			# sun4c/sun4m
esp0	at sbus0 slot ? offset ? flags 0x0000		# sun4c
esp0	at dma0 flags 0x0000				# sun4m

# FSBE/S SCSI & SunSwift Sbus FAS366
dma*	at sbus? slot ? offset ?			# SBus
esp*	at sbus? slot ? offset ? flags 0x0000		# SBus
esp*	at dma? flags 0x0000				# SBus

scsibus* at esp?

## Qlogic ISP SBus SCSI Card
isp*	at sbus? slot ? offset ?
scsibus* at isp?

## NCR5380-based "Sun SCSI 3" VME SCSI controller.
## This driver has several flags which may be enabled by OR'ing
## the values and using the "flags" directive.
## Valid flags are:
##
##	0x01		Use DMA (may be polled)
##	0x02		Use DMA completion interrupts
##	0x04		Allow disconnect/reselect
##
## E.g. the following would enable DMA, interrupts, and reselect:
## si0	at vme0 addr 0x200000 irq 3 vect 0x40 flags 0x07
##
## By default, DMA is enabled in the driver.

si0	at vme0 addr 0x200000 irq 2 vect 0x40
scsibus* at si?

## NCR5380-based "SCSI Weird" on-board SCSI interface found
## on sun4/100 systems.  The flags are the same as the "si"
## controller.  Note, while DMA is enabled by default, only
## polled DMA works at this time, and reselects do not work
## on this particular controller.

sw0	at obio0 addr 0x0a000000 level 3
scsibus* at sw?

## PCMCIA SCSI controllers
#aic*	at pcmcia?
#scsibus* at aic?


## These entries find devices on all SCSI busses and assign
## unit numbers dynamically.
sd*	at scsibus? target ? lun ?		# SCSI disks
st*	at scsibus? target ? lun ?		# SCSI tapes
cd*	at scsibus? target ? lun ?		# SCSI CD-ROMs
ch*	at scsibus? target ? lun ?		# SCSI changer devices
ss*	at scsibus? target ? lun ?		# SCSI scanners
ses*	at scsibus? target ? lun ?		# SCSI SES/SAF-TE
uk*	at scsibus? target ? lun ?		# unknown SCSI


## Xylogics 753 or 7053 VME SMD disk controllers and disks, found
## on sun4 systems.
xdc0	at vme0 addr 0xee80 irq 3 vect 0x44
xdc1	at vme0 addr 0xee90 irq 3 vect 0x45
xdc2	at vme0 addr 0xeea0 irq 3 vect 0x46
xdc3	at vme0 addr 0xeeb0 irq 3 vect 0x47
xd*	at xdc? drive ?

## Xylogics 451 or 451 VME SMD disk controllers and disks, found
## on sun4 systems.
xyc0	at vme0 addr 0xee40 irq 3 vect 0x48
xyc1	at vme0 addr 0xee48 irq 3 vect 0x49
xy*	at xyc? drive ?


## Floppy controller and drive found on SPARCstations.

fdc0	at mainbus0				# sun4c controller
fdc0	at obio0				# sun4m controller
fd*	at fdc0					# the drive itself

## PCMCIA IDE controllers
#wdc*	at pcmcia?
#atabus* at ata?
#wd*	at atabus? drive ? flags 0x0000

## PCMCIA wavelan card
#wi*	at pcmcia? function ?		# Lucent WaveLan IEEE (802.11)

## A disk-like interface to files.  Can be used to create floppy, CD,
## miniroot images, etc.

pseudo-device	vnd	4

## Concatenated and striped disks; with this, you can create a software-based
## disk array similar to a "RAID 0" setup.  See ccd(4).

pseudo-device	ccd	4

## Cryptographic disk devices;  See cgd(4)

#pseudo-device	cgd	4

## RAIDframe disk driver: software RAID driver.  See raid(4).

pseudo-device	raid	8
options 	RAID_AUTOCONFIG		# auto-configuration of RAID components
# Options to enable various other RAIDframe RAID types.
# options	RF_INCLUDE_EVENODD=1
# options	RF_INCLUDE_RAID5_RS=1
# options	RF_INCLUDE_PARITYLOGGING=1
# options	RF_INCLUDE_CHAINDECLUSTER=1
# options	RF_INCLUDE_INTERDECLUSTER=1
# options 	RF_INCLUDE_PARITY_DECLUSTERING=1
# options	RF_INCLUDE_PARITY_DECLUSTERING_DS=1


## Memory disk device, used on boot floppies with compressed
## kernel-plus-root-disk images.

#pseudo-device	md	1


#### Network interfaces

## LANCE Ethernet - an AMD 7990 LANCE behind specialized DMA glue
## Three flavors of additional SBus ethernets are available.  One attaches
## directly like the sun4c on-board, one uses the ledma device like the
## sun4m on-board, and one uses the lebuffer device.

le0		at obio0 addr 0xf9000000 level 6	# sun4/300
le0		at sbus0 slot ? offset ?		# sun4c on-board
ledma0		at sbus0 slot ? offset ?		# sun4m on-board
le0		at ledma0				# sun4m on-board
le*		at sbus? slot ? offset ?		# SBus
ledma*		at sbus? slot ? offset ?		# SBus
le*		at ledma?				# SBus
lebuffer0	at sbus? slot ? offset ?		# SBus
le0		at lebuffer?				# SBus
lebuffer*	at sbus? slot ? offset ?		# SBus
le*		at lebuffer?				# SBus


## sun4/100 and sun4/200 Ethernet - an Intel 82586 on-board
## or on a Multibus/VME card.
ie0	at obio0 addr 0xf6000000 level 6		# sun4/200 on-board
ie0	at obio0 addr 0x06000000 level 6		# sun4/100 on-board
## VME: the first [addr,len] pair specifies the device registers;
##	the second pair specifies the on-board memory buffer
ie1	at vme0 addr 0xe88000,0xe00000 len -1,0x40000 irq 3 vect 0x75
ie2	at vme0 addr 0x31ff02,0x300000 len -1,0x40000 irq 3 vect 0x76
ie3	at vme0 addr 0x35ff02,0x300000 len -1,0x40000 irq 3 vect 0x77
ie4	at vme0 addr 0x2dff02,0x200000 len -1,0x40000 irq 3 vect 0x7c

## Quad Ethernet Controller with BigMac (be, 10/100MBd) and Mace Ethernet
## (qe, 10MBd) attached.
qec*	at sbus? slot ? offset ?		# Quad Ethernet Controller
be*	at qec?					# BigMac Ethernet (10/100MBd)
qe*	at qec?					# Mace Ethernet (10MBd)

## Happy Meal Ethernet
hme*	at sbus? slot ? offset ?

# midway ATM
en0	at sbus? slot ? offset ?

# PCMCIA ethernet devices
#ep*	at pcmcia?
#mbe*	at pcmcia?
#ne*	at pcmcia?
#sm*	at pcmcia?

# MII/PHY support
exphy*	at mii? phy ?			# 3Com internal PHYs
icsphy*	at mii? phy ?			# Integrated Circuit Systems ICS189x
inphy*	at mii? phy ?			# Intel 82555 PHYs
lxtphy*	at mii? phy ?			# Level One LXT-970 PHYs
nsphy*	at mii? phy ?			# NS83840 PHYs
qsphy*	at mii? phy ?			# Quality Semiconductor QS6612 PHYs
sqphy*	at mii? phy ?			# Seeq 80220/80221/80223 PHYs
tlphy*	at mii? phy ?			# ThunderLAN PHYs
ukphy*	at mii? phy ?			# generic unknown PHYs

## Loopback network interface; required
pseudo-device	loop

## SLIP and CSLIP interfaces, for IP over a serial line.
pseudo-device	sl		2

## PPP, the successor to SLIP.  See pppd(8).
pseudo-device	ppp		2

## PPP over Ethernet (RFC 2516)
pseudo-device	pppoe

## Starmode Radio IP, a special hardware network device.
#pseudo-device	strip		1

## Network "tunnel" device, allowing protocol stacks to run in the userland.
## This is used by the third-party user-mode "ppp" program, and others.
pseudo-device	tun		4

## Generic L3 over IP tunnel
#pseudo-device	gre		2	# generic L3 over IP tunnel

## Berkeley Packet Filter, required to run RARPD.  A generic C-language
## interface that allows selective examining of incoming packets.
pseudo-device	bpfilter	8

## IP Filter, used in firewall and NAT applications.  See ipnat(8) for
## one example of the use of the IP Filter.
pseudo-device	ipfilter

## for IPv6
pseudo-device	gif		4	# IPv[46] over IPv[46] tunnel (RFC1933)
#pseudo-device	faith		1	# IPv[46] tcp relay translation i/f
#pseudo-device	stf		1	# 6to4 IPv6 over IPv4 encapsulation

## IEEE 802.1Q Virtual LAN encapsulation, see vlan(4).
pseudo-device	vlan

## Simple inter-network traffic bridging
pseudo-device	bridge
#options	BRIDGE_IPF		# bridge uses IP/IPv6 pfil hooks too

#### Audio and video devices

## /dev/audio support (`audioamd' plus `audio')
##
audioamd0	at mainbus0				# sun4c
audioamd0	at obio0				# sun4m
audioamd0	at sbus0 slot ? offset ?		# sun4m
audio*		at audioamd0

audiocs0	at sbus0 slot ? offset ?		# SUNW,CS4231
audio*		at audiocs0


## Sun "bwtwo" black and white framebuffer, found on sun4, sun4c, and sun4m
## systems.  If your sun4 system has a cgfour installed in the P4 slot,
## the P4 entries for "bwtwo" will attach to the overlay plane of the
## "cgfour".

bwtwo0		at sbus0 slot ? offset ?		# sun4c and sun4m
bwtwo*		at sbus? slot ? offset ?		#
bwtwo0		at obio0 addr 0xfd000000 level 4	# sun4/200
bwtwo0		at obio0 addr 0xfb300000 level 4	# sun4/300 in P4 slot
bwtwo0		at obio0 addr 0x0b300000 level 4	# sun4/100 in P4 slot

## Sun "cgtwo" VME color framebuffer
cgtwo0		at vme0 addr 0x400000 irq ? vect 0xa8

## Sun "cgthree" Sbus color framebuffer
cgthree0	at sbus? slot ? offset ?
cgthree*	at sbus? slot ? offset ?
#cgthree0	at obio? slot ? offset ?		# sun4m

## Sun "cgfour" color framebuffer with overlay plane.  See above comment
## regarding overlay plane.
cgfour0		at obio0 addr 0xfb300000 level 4	# sun4/300 P4
cgfour0		at obio0 addr 0x0b300000 level 4	# sun4/100 P4

## Sun "cgsix" accelerated color framebuffer.
cgsix0		at sbus? slot ? offset ?
cgsix*		at sbus? slot ? offset ?
cgsix0		at obio0 addr 0xfb000000 level 4	# sun4/300 P4
cgsix0		at obio0 addr 0x0b000000 level 4	# sun4/100 P4

## Sun "cgeight" 24-bit framebuffer
cgeight0 	at obio0 addr 0xfb300000 level 4	# sun4/300 P4
cgeight0	at obio0 addr 0x0b300000 level 4	# sun4/100 P4

## Sun "tcx" accelerated color framebuffer.
tcx0		at sbus? slot ? offset ?
tcx*		at sbus? slot ? offset ?

# Sun "cgfourteen" accelerated 24-bit framebuffer.
cgfourteen0	at obio0			# sun4m

# P9100-based display on Tadpole SPARCbook 3.
pnozz0		at sbus? slot ? offset ?

# Sun ZX/Leo 24-bit framebuffer
zx*		at sbus? slot ? offset ?

#### Other device configuration

# Tadpole microcontroller
tctrl0 at obio0

## Pseudo ttys, required for network logins and programs like screen.

pseudo-device	pty			# pseudo-terminals

## Random device, used to implement /dev/random (a source of random noise),
## and generate randomness for some kernel formulae.

pseudo-device	rnd

# a pseudo device needed for Coda	# also needs CODA (above)
pseudo-device	vcoda		4	# coda minicache <-> venus comm.

pseudo-device	clockctl		# user control of clock subsystem
pseudo-device	ksyms			# /dev/ksyms

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