Subject: Re: E450 boot trouble
To: Lloyd Parkes <email@example.com>
From: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 12/11/2001 18:01:04
I'd suggest :
- report solaris's prtconf -pv
- if you have kernel with DEBUG then boot with -V option
- do after it crashed
and then you'll need to find the place where it's crashed by
dissassembling memory or kernel image, the later is better.
On Wed, Dec 12, 2001 at 02:19:56PM +1300, Lloyd Parkes wrote:
> Hello all,
> I have been playing with a spare E450 trying to get NetBSD to boot on
> it. I thought the E250 in the supported UltraSPARC II PCI section looked
> a bit lonely.
> It dies with a "Fast Data Access MMU Miss" message, but it shouldn't be
> a version mismatch as mentioned in the FAQ because everything I have
> installed is from the 20011205 snapshot.
Have you tried all that on another machine?
> Here are the messages from the console. It should be obvious that I have
> had to transcribe them rather than cut and paste. I don't think I have
> made any typos.
> ... 2 X UltraSPARC II 400MHz
> OpenBoot 3.14 ...
> ... 1024 MB memory
> devopen: getdisklabel sez no disk label
> loadfile: reading header
> elf64_exec: Booting /pci@6,4000/scsi@4/disk@0,0:a/netbsd
> symbols @ 0xfef6a300 74+322800+172333 start=0x1000000
> chain: calling OF_chain(800000, ee00, 1000000, fff7fa80, 18)
> [ using 495984 bytes of netbsd ELF symbol table ]
> Fast Data Access MMU Miss
> Any guesses anybody?