Johannes Dickgreber wrote:
This is whats wrong with SMP: from file include/asm/mach-ip30/heart.h
#define HEART_IMR(x) ((volatile ulong *)0x900000000ff10000 + (8 *
I schould be
#define HEART_IMR(x) ((volatile ulong *)0x900000000ff10000 + (x))
or it schould be
#define HEART_IMR(x) ((volatile ulong *) (0x900000000ff10000 + (8 *
The IRQ MASK Register for the different CPUs are side by side.
In your version the factor 8 is used twice. First explicit inside the braces
and second, because of the pointer to ulong implicit done by the
I checked it by dissambling the code and my smp-kernel is working if i start
only with one cpu. With 2 cpus the smp-kernel is booting, but the init process
I'll have to test this when I get a new SMP module in. Found a cheap R10K
(yuck) on eBay for real cheap that'll suffice. My R12000-300MHz refused to post
at all (LED didn't even change to red, but the PROM would process NMI resets,
Ricardo (ricmm on IRC) explained it as this:
<ricmm> the baseline problem is that the secondary CPU's ipi irq is not
triggering, the first one works
<ricmm> and smp_call_function() is calling an init function on both CPUs with a
wait_for_completion flag set
<ricmm> but the second CPU will never run the function as the irq is not
happening, therefore the flag will remain set
<ricmm> and smp_call_function() will spin waiting for the completion
the revert is not needed anymore, because of code in arch/mips/pci/ops-bridge.c
look for the function emulate_ioc3_cfg
Awesome, that's great to know!
i have done some more work on the older patches and have a working kernel.
if someone wants this patch, i can send it.
I'll take a look at it and see if I can integrate it into what I already have.
Do you have it broken out into separate changes for the IOC3 metadriver and for
the core IP30 code?
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