On Mon, Nov 29, 2004 at 12:26:44PM +0100, Ralf R?sch wrote:
> the signal.c (get_sigframe) handler forces my boot process hanging in init
> Following patch solves the problem:
Correct; several people found that one. For some reason my machine is
happy without this one.
> without next patch the TX4927 Toshiba processor definitely does not boot.
> (My CPU was hanging without any message on the serial console), this means
> the panic() message
> panic("No TLB refill handler yet (CPU type: %d)",
> could not be seen.
> I am not sure, if the place where I inserted the new processor type is
You better check this with a CPU manual. False hazard handling may result
in either slower than necessary TLB refil handlers or in sometimes very
subtle bugs that show their ugly heads only very rarely. This is why the
code is panicing now - we want to force users to make sure things are right
by reading their manuals.