在 2001-12-05 14:25:00 you wrote：
>Zhang Fuxin wrote:
>> you can do anything you like to my code:)
>> i have promised to release it months ago,but so busy I was the past
>> months and i am shy to release ugly code. Sorry if it waste you time.
> Thanks. We've followed very similar routes so there aren't so many
>> Today I make some tests and get some fixes ,log is here
>> (i was too sleepy last night,so most of them is stupy errors):
>> ide dma unstable,don't choose 'use dma by default when available'
> Yes. I have had a look at this but haven't tracked it down yet. The
>only thing I know is that the buffer heads get corrupted, so I assume
>there is some interrupt locking problem somewhere. I know that DMA
>works in the MIPS 2.4.3 port. Were you using DMA in your 2.4.8 kernel?
Yes,it works well,at least much more stable
for 2.4.16,a simple 'mtest01 -p80 -w'(alloc 80% memory to write) test can
break the ide dma.
>> you probably will be more able to deal with the dma and board cache
> Do you use the IOBC? I had to make some changes to pci.h and the
>ethernet driver to make them work properly.
No. I had to make changes to generic code:),that's why i disable it.
>> than me:). The spurious interrupt problem still there,i have added some
>> code to work around it but don't know the reason.
> The spurious interrupts are caused by posted writes to PCI devices.
>The sequence is usually something like:
> o write device to clear interrupt (write gets posted)
> o enable CPU interrupts (interrupt is still pending)
> o CPU enters interrupt handler and reads 8259 which causes posted
> to be flushed and so now there is no interrupt...
> The only fix is to do an explicit PCI (eg ISA port) before reenabling
>interrupts. The 2.4.x kernel reenables interrupts more quickly than the
>older kernel which is why it is more noticeable.
Oh, thanks for your explanation.
>> I have made a quick test with ltp, most of them passed,but some of
>> the fs test and the syscall test failed,i will look into them soon
>> if you have interest,i can give you more detail results
> I've not used ltp, but if you do find anything useful I would be
ok,i will let you know if something found
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