Pete Popov wrote:
G H wrote:
I've not had much response to this question so I would like to
rephrase it :
Can anyone think of any possible scenario where do_ri could occur in
Is this possibly a cache synchronisation problem ??
Could be a hardware memory glitch. I would use kgdb to put a
breakpoint there and see what the data in memory looks like when this
happens -- look for memory corruption, etc.
Another thought, what other stress testing have you done on your board?
Does it complete a full native kernel compile without crashing?
>While testing out an amd au1500 based board I have been getting "
do_ri " exceptions >that always occur in the cache flushing routines.
More often than not in >blast_icache_32().
>So far this has mainly happened after running the board for days on
end while running >multiple telnet sessions to it. It has sometimes (
quite rarely ) happened after a few >hours to a day of multiple
telnet session use.
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