On Thu, Jun 09, 2011 at 05:41:57PM -0400, David Daney wrote:
> On 06/09/2011 02:08 PM, Guenter Roeck wrote:
> > Hi folks,
> > I am trying to get Linux 2.6.39
> Where did you get your 2.6.39? Or in othe rwords, what's the SHA1 Kenneth?
>From kernel.org. 18.104.22.168, more specifically. We have some local modifications,
but nothing relevant, ie nothing in the mips boot path.
> And, what is your .config?
Please see attached.
> > to run on a board with Cavium CN38xx
> > (pass 3, cpu ID 0x000d0003).
> > Problem I have is that CPUs 1..15 come online, but get stuck in and
> > endless interrupt handling loop as soon as interrupts are enabled. I
> > attached a log generated with instrumentation code in the interrupt
> > handler.
> > Any idea what I might be doing wrong ? Note that I don't start the
> > system from u-boot; the board uses OFW, so some register initialization
> > may be wrong.
> Octeon only supports the Octeon u-boot 'bootoctlinux' protocol.
That is a little problem, obviously, since I am not in a position to modify OFW
on the board. I modified setup.c instead to get and initialize required
as passed from OFW.
> You have to make sure that the octeon_bootinfo structure is filled in
> properly, and all the CPUs in the core_mask enter the kernel.
All CPUs do enter the kernel. Problem is that they get stuck in an endless
interrupt loop as soon as interrupts are enabled for a core for the first time
(or soon thereafter).
I know (or at least I am quite sure) that I am doing something wrong during
initialization, I just hoped someone might have an idea what it might be.
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