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Re: bge fail on netboot of NetBSD-6 on v215 and v240
On Tue, 14 May 2013 03:42:16 +0900
SAITOH Masanobu <msaitoh%execsw.org@localhost> wrote:
> (2012/10/18 2:47), Michael wrote:
> > Hello,
> > On Oct 17, 2012, at 2:08 AM, Erik E. Fair wrote:
> >> I took the latest distribution/builds of netbsd-6 and tried to
> >> netboot them this evening on a Sun Fire v215 and Sun Fire v240.
> >> Both got ofwboot.net fine, and loaded the GENERIC (MP) kernel fine
> >> (though the v215 complained about the aceride tc_count), but when
> >> it came time to mount NFS root, both failed: bge0 watchdog timeout
> >> -- resetting (resulting in "cannot mount root, error = 79").
> >> Have we screwed the pooch in interrupt routing, again?
> > I see the same on a Blade 2500 - on some bges our driver doesn't work if OF
> > touched the hardware first, it works fine if you boot from something else.
> > have fun
> > Michael
> Is this problem still alive in -current?
Can't tell, the kernel crashes with an illegal access to PCI config space right
after bge establishes its interrupt handler.
( sorry, didn't have time to dig any further yet - the fault comes from
Same when booting from harddisk.
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