On Tue, 27 Nov 2007, Luis R. Rodriguez wrote:
> Changing subject, CC'ing linux-mips, perhaps they can help.
> On Nov 26, 2007 7:54 PM, loswillios <email@example.com> wrote:
> > Jan Willies wrote:
> > > Luis R. Rodriguez wrote:
> > >> Actually I've been informed this is not unaligned access problem but
> > >> instead it occurs on do_be() or ip22_be_interrupt() on MIPS. I'll have
> > >> to check how that works, I do not yet understand how this is reached.
> > >
> > > I will try a new build with prism54 in the next days and let you know if
> > > that issue is still present.
> > Still the same problem with 220.127.116.11:
> > root@OpenWrt:/# ifconfig eth1 up
> > eth1: resetting device...
> > eth1: uploading firmware...
> > eth1: firmware version: 18.104.22.168
> > eth1: firmware upload complete
> > eth1: interface reset complete
> > root@OpenWrt:/# iwlist eth1 scanning
> > Data bus error, epc == c011518c, ra == c01146cc
> > Oops[#1]:
> > Cpu 0
> > $ 0 : 00000000 1000b800 abad0000 00000032
> > $ 4 : 00000001 c00c8000 00000013 00000001
> > $ 8 : 0000003c 80102bd4 ffffffff 81e2101c
> > $12 : ffffffff 00000580 2ab8af24 00000498
> > $16 : 81e21680 000000fa 81339380 0000004a
> > $20 : 81339380 00000000 a1e80000 81339000
> > $24 : 00000000 2abd55e0
> > $28 : 813b4000 813b5cc8 00000019 c01146cc
> > Hi : 00000000
> > Lo : 00000580
> > epc : c011518c Not tainted
> > ra : c01146cc Status: 1000b803 KERNEL EXL IE
> > Cause : 0000001c
> > PrId : 00029007
> I can see that this comes from arch/mips/kernel/traps.c do_be() but I
> fail to see when this is triggered. Perhaps someone from linux-mips
> might be able to help shed some light here. I tried looking into the
> stack trace before but I couldn't find any code that made me suspect
> of a possible big endian problem (it seems that may be the problem?).
> The stack trace used to look like this:
BE = bus error, not big endian here.
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