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Re: port-pmax/53611: NetBSD/pmax 8.0 RAMDISK kernel hang on 3MIN (5000/125)

The following reply was made to PR port-pmax/53611; it has been noted by GNATS.

From: Izumi Tsutsui <>
Subject: Re: port-pmax/53611: NetBSD/pmax 8.0 RAMDISK kernel hang on 3MIN (5000/125)
Date: Mon, 17 Sep 2018 05:32:11 +0900

 > NetBSD/pmax 8.0 RAMDISK kernel hangs during boot
 > On gxemul- (which has partial 3MIN support)
 > it says there is a NULL pointer derference:
 > > [ warning: LOW reference: vaddr=0x00000000, exception TLBL, pc=0x00000000 <(no symbol)> ]
 > According to gxemul -t (trace) output, it fails in ubc_init()?
 This was not correct, but maybe caused by random interrupts.
 After further investigation using gxemul -t, disabling framebuffer
 interrupts in the following line solves the hang on gxemul:
 According to dec_3min.c, 3MIN seems to have a quirk that
 interrups from each TC slot are directly connected to
 MIPS_INT_MASK_[012] lines, not via IOASIC as other PMAXen.
 It looks we had to remove spl adjustment code in dec_3min_intr_establish()
 function after mips interrupt reorganazation between netbsd-5 and -6.
 The following patch seems to solve the problem on my 3MIN
 (and vsync interrupts are accounted properly per systat(1) output),
 but I can't confirm if it's correct (I don't know about the mips
 interrupt handler changes).
 Index: pmax/dec_3min.c
 RCS file: /cvsroot/src/sys/arch/pmax/pmax/dec_3min.c,v
 retrieving revision 1.73
 diff -u -p -d -r1.73 dec_3min.c
 --- pmax/dec_3min.c	24 Mar 2014 19:31:40 -0000	1.73
 +++ pmax/dec_3min.c	16 Sep 2018 20:12:04 -0000
 @@ -292,12 +292,7 @@ dec_3min_intr_establish(device_t dev, vo
  	case SYS_DEV_OPT0:
  	case SYS_DEV_OPT1:
  	case SYS_DEV_OPT2:
 -		/* it's an option slot */
 -		{
 -		int s = splhigh();
 -		s |= mask;
 -		splx(s);
 -		}
 +		/* it's an option slot and handled via MIPS_INT_MASK_[012] */
  		/* it's a baseboard device going via the IOASIC */

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