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== Board Description ==
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'''Momentum Ocelot-3''' board configuration:
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{{feature-removal|name=Ocelot 3 support|date=September 2006 (after the 2.6.18 release)}}
  
'''[[Rm7900 processor]]''' based off the [[RM9000|E9000]] core
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Momentum '''Ocelot 3''' board configuration:
 
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* [[RM7900]] CPU
'''Discovery III''' System Controller (MV64440)
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* [[Marvell_system_controllers|MV-64440]] Discovery III System Controller
 
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* Upto 128MB memory
'''128MB''' memory support
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* Two PCI Busses - one 32-bit, one 64-bit. Each bus has two PCI slots.
 
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* Three Gigabit Ethernet Ports
'''Two PCI Busses''' : One 32-bit and the other 64-bit. Each bus has two PCI slots.
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* One 16550 compatible RS-232 port.
 
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Three Gigabit Ethernet Ports
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One 16550 compatible RS-232 port.
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== Linux Support ==
 
== Linux Support ==
 
Linux 2.6.10-rc1 supports the Ocelot 3 with both 32-bit and 64-bit kernels. The Gigabit Ethernet Driver supports Rx NAPI, Tx side checksum offload (Zerocopy), Interrupt Coalescing and Tx side fast refilling of buffers.
 
Linux 2.6.10-rc1 supports the Ocelot 3 with both 32-bit and 64-bit kernels. The Gigabit Ethernet Driver supports Rx NAPI, Tx side checksum offload (Zerocopy), Interrupt Coalescing and Tx side fast refilling of buffers.

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Ocelot 3 support is deprecated and scheduled for removal in September 2006 (after the 2.6.18 release)

Momentum Ocelot 3 board configuration:

  • RM7900 CPU
  • MV-64440 Discovery III System Controller
  • Upto 128MB memory
  • Two PCI Busses - one 32-bit, one 64-bit. Each bus has two PCI slots.
  • Three Gigabit Ethernet Ports
  • One 16550 compatible RS-232 port.

Linux Support

Linux 2.6.10-rc1 supports the Ocelot 3 with both 32-bit and 64-bit kernels. The Gigabit Ethernet Driver supports Rx NAPI, Tx side checksum offload (Zerocopy), Interrupt Coalescing and Tx side fast refilling of buffers.