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Decstation, next try.

To: linux-mips@fnet.fr
Subject: Decstation, next try.
From: K.H.C.vanHouten@research.kpn.com (Karel van Houten)
Date: Mon, 04 Jan 1999 17:47:33 +0100 (MET)
Cc: K.H.C.vanHouten@research.kpn.com (Houten K.H.C. van )

Next try, now with autoconfig ARP and RAMDISK disabled,
to force NFSroot using bootp:


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>>boot 3/tftp console=ttyS2 nfsroot=139.63.1.4:/local/export/mips

-tftp boot(3), bootp|139.63.1.4:/tftpboot/nbImage/
-tftp load 1073312+115568+234992
Launching kernel...
This DECstation is a DS5000/2x0
Loading R4000 MMU routines.
CPU revision is: 00000440
Primary instruction cache 16kb, linesize 16 bytes)
Primary data cache 16kb, linesize 16 bytes)
Secondary cache sized at 1024K linesize 32
Linux version 2.1.121 (root@turgon) (gcc version 2.7.2) #28 Mon Jan 4 17:17:29 
MET 1999
Calibrating delay loop... 59.90 BogoMIPS
Memory: 192720k/196604k available (924k kernel code, 2672k data)
Checking for 'wait' instruction...  unavailable.
POSIX conformance testing by UNIFIX
TURBOchannel rev. 1 at 25.0 MHz (no parity)
    slot 1: DEC      PMAZ-AA  V5.3d
Swansea University Computer Society NET3.039 for Linux 2.1
NET3: Unix domain sockets 0.16 for Linux NET3.038.
Swansea University Computer Society TCP/IP for NET3.037
IP Protocols: ICMP, UDP, TCP
Starting kswapd v 1.5
DECstation Z8530 serial driver version 0.03
tty00 at 0xbf900001 (irq = 3) is a Z85C30 SCC
tty01 at 0xbf900009 (irq = 3) is a Z85C30 SCC
tty02 at 0xbf980001 (irq = 3) is a Z85C30 SCC
tty03 at 0xbf980009 (irq = 3) is a Z85C30 SCC
loop: registered device at major 7
declance.c: v0.007 by Linux Mips DECstation task force
eth0: IOASIC onboard LANCE, addr = 08:00:2b:37:63:76, irq = 2
IP-Config: Entered.
RX ptr: 00000020(00000040)
TX ptr: 000000a0(00000140)
TX rings:
0: 0x00006320(0xa002c640)
1: 0x00006940(0xa002d280)
2: 0x00006f60(0xa002dec0)
RX rings:
0: 0x00000120(0xa0020240)
1: 0x00000740(0xa0020e80)
2: 0x00000d60(0xa0021ac0)
RX ptr: 00000020(00000040)
TX ptr: 000000a0(00000140)
TX rings:
0: 0x00006320(0xa002c640)
1: 0x00006940(0xa002d280)
2: 0x00006f60(0xa002dec0)
RX rings:
0: 0x00000120(0xa0020240)
1: 0x00000740(0xa0020e80)
2: 0x00000d60(0xa0021ac0)
RX ptr: 00000020(00000040)
TX ptr: 000000a0(00000140)
TX rings:
0: 0x00006320(0xa002c640)
1: 0x00006940(0xa002d280)
2: 0x00006f60(0xa002dec0)
RX rings:
0: 0x00000120(0xa0020240)
1: 0x00000740(0xa0020e80)
2: 0x00000d60(0xa0021ac0)
IP-Config: Opened eth0
RX ptr: 00000020(00000040)
TX ptr: 000000a0(00000140)
TX rings:
0: 0x00006320(0xa002c640)
1: 0x00006940(0xa002d280)
2: 0x00006f60(0xa002dec0)
RX rings:
0: 0x00000120(0xa0020240)
1: 0x00000740(0xa0020e80)
2: 0x00000d60(0xa0021ac0)
BOOTP: XID=05bb2f3b
BOOTP: Route lookup: 1:00000000 -> 0:ffffffff: Output
Sending BOOTP requests....[X...............]
BOOTP: Route lookup: 2:04013f8b -> 0:0c013f8b: Input
BOOTP: Route lookup: 0:00000000 -> 0:04013f8b: Check
BOOTP: Got extension 01 ff ff ff 00
BOOTP: Got extension 03 8b 3f 01 04
BOOTP: Got extension 0d 09 15
BOOTP: Got extension 11 2f 6c 6f 63 61 6c 2f 65 78 70 6f 72 74 2f 6d 69 70 73
BOOTP: Got extension 0c 65 6c 72 6f 6e 64
 OK
RX ptr: 00000020(00000040)
TX ptr: 000000a0(00000140)
TX rings:
0: 0x00006320(0xa002c640)
1: 0x00006940(0xa002d280)
2: 0x00006f60(0xa002dec0)
RX rings:
0: 0x00000120(0xa0020240)
1: 0x00000740(0xa0020e80)
2: 0x00000d60(0xa0021ac0)
IP-Config: Got BOOTP answer from 139.63.1.4, my address is 139.63.1.12
RX ptr: 00000020(00000040)
TX ptr: 000000a0(00000140)
TX rings:
0: 0x00006320(0xa002c640)
1: 0x00006940(0xa002d280)
2: 0x00006f60(0xa002dec0)
RX rings:
0: 0x00000120(0xa0020240)
1: 0x00000740(0xa0020e80)
2: 0x00000d60(0xa0021ac0)
IP-Config: device=eth0, local=0c013f8b, server=04013f8b, boot=04013f8b,
  gw=04013f8b, mask=00ffffff
IP-Config: host=elrond, domain=(none), path=`/local/export/mips'
Root-NFS: Mounting /local/export/mips on server 139.63.1.4 as root
Root-NFS:     rsize = 4096, wsize = 4096, timeo = 7, retrans = 3
Root-NFS:     acreg (min,max) = (3,60), acdir (min,max) = (30,60)
Root-NFS:     nfsd port = -1, mountd port = 0, flags = 00000200
Looking up port of RPC 100003/2 on 139.63.1.4
portmap: server 139.63.1.4 not responding, timed out
Root-NFS: Unable to get nfsd port number from server, using default
Root-NFS: Portmapper on server returned 2049 as nfsd port
Looking up port of RPC 100005/1 on 139.63.1.4
eth0: transmit timed out, status 96f3, reset
RX ptr: 00000020(00000040)
TX ptr: 000000a0(00000140)
TX rings:
0: 0x00006320(0xa002c640)
1: 0x00006940(0xa002d280)
2: 0x00006f60(0xa002dec0)
RX rings:
0: 0x00000120(0xa0020240)
1: 0x00000740(0xa0020e80)
2: 0x00000d60(0xa0021ac0)
Lance restart=0

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17:38:32.240691 0.0.0.0.68 > 255.255.255.255.67: xid:0x3b2fbb05 [|bootp] (ttl 
64, id 0)
17:38:32.240691 139.63.1.4.67 > 139.63.1.12.68: xid:0x3b2fbb05 Y:139.63.1.12 
S:139.63.1.4 [|bootp] (ttl 64, id 35812)
17:38:33.690691 arp who-has 139.63.1.4 tell 139.63.1.12
17:38:33.690691 arp reply 139.63.1.4 is-at 2:60:8c:7c:3a:6b
17:38:35.140691 139.63.1.4.1114 > 139.63.1.12.54119: udp 516 (ttl 64, id 35813)
17:38:35.250691 arp who-has 139.63.1.4 tell 139.63.1.12
17:38:35.250691 arp reply 139.63.1.4 is-at 2:60:8c:7c:3a:6b
17:38:36.810691 arp who-has 139.63.1.4 tell 139.63.1.12
17:38:36.810691 arp reply 139.63.1.4 is-at 2:60:8c:7c:3a:6b
17:38:38.370691 arp who-has 139.63.1.4 tell 139.63.1.12
17:38:38.370691 arp reply 139.63.1.4 is-at 2:60:8c:7c:3a:6b
17:38:40.140691 139.63.1.4.1114 > 139.63.1.12.54119: udp 516 (ttl 64, id 35814)
17:38:41.500691 arp who-has 139.63.1.4 tell 139.63.1.12
17:38:41.500691 arp reply 139.63.1.4 is-at 2:60:8c:7c:3a:6b
17:38:43.060691 arp who-has 139.63.1.4 tell 139.63.1.12
17:38:43.060691 arp reply 139.63.1.4 is-at 2:60:8c:7c:3a:6b
17:38:44.620691 arp who-has 139.63.1.4 tell 139.63.1.12
17:38:44.620691 arp reply 139.63.1.4 is-at 2:60:8c:7c:3a:6b
17:38:45.140691 139.63.1.4.1114 > 139.63.1.12.54119: udp 516 (ttl 64, id 35815)
17:38:46.180691 arp who-has 139.63.1.4 tell 139.63.1.12
17:38:46.180691 arp reply 139.63.1.4 is-at 2:60:8c:7c:3a:6b
17:38:57.120691 arp who-has 139.63.1.4 tell 139.63.1.12
17:38:57.120691 arp reply 139.63.1.4 is-at 2:60:8c:7c:3a:6b
17:38:58.680691 arp who-has 139.63.1.4 tell 139.63.1.12
17:38:58.680691 arp reply 139.63.1.4 is-at 2:60:8c:7c:3a:6b
....

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It looks like declance problems, but why can i ping the machine when
i boot using a ramdisk?

Harald, do you have a clue?

Regards,
Karel.

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The box said "Requires Windows 95 or better."
I can't understand why it won't work on my Linux computer. 
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