I didn't notice any huge differences. My ASIC HUB ran at a different
speed, 120mhz IIRC. I will try to aquire a single proc module for my
o200. Lukas: Can I get a copy of your boot messages under linux?
On Thu, 25 Oct 2001, Ralf Baechle wrote:
> On Thu, Oct 25, 2001 at 10:33:33AM +0200, Lukas Hejtmanek wrote:
> > On Wed, Oct 24, 2001 at 08:23:00PM -0400, email@example.com wrote:
> > > Getting it running 64bit shouldn't be *too* bad, however there are some
> > > revs of some chips on the MB which linux currently can't deal with, and
> > > noone is quite sure 1. what revs, 2. why, or 3. anything
> > > usefull. <Grin>. Could you send a hinv -v from the prom? Boot logs would
> > > also be usefull (so I can tell if we are haveing the exact same problem,
> > > or just similar ones)
> > >> hinv -v
> > IP27 Node Board, Module 1, Slot MotherBoard
> > ASIC HUB Rev 3, 90 MHz, (nasid 0)
> Pretty much a standard Origin. I suspect the problem might be related to
> machines which only have a single physical CPU, that was the only common
> thing between all the Origins on which Linux fails. And indeed I don't
> think we ever used such a small configuration for testing at SGI ...
> Nick, did you observe any interesting differences to your failing Origin
> Btw, Origin UP kernel is definately broken ...