On Tue, Apr 04, 2000 at 10:59:43AM +0200, Geert Uytterhoeven wrote:
> > My suspicion is that the memory map(s) are not correct and initializing
> > existing memory causes this fault.
> Perhaps this helps: the bootmem stuff in arch/mips/ddb5074/prom.c works fine.
> The DDB5074 has 64 MB of fixed non-upgradable memory at physical 0x00000000
> virtual 0x80000000.
IIRC the Virtual/Physical mapping is on the Mips cpus 1:1 on bootup right ?
So what would one pass to init_bootmem and co ?
At the moment i see start 0x8800 and size 0xff85
Then - A bit later - the bitmap gets allocated (Free all - allocate/reserve
back - Changed that - Not the fault) ~0x1ff4 bytes ~2 Pages - I tried
to increase this (bootmap_size*4) but still in the mm/bootmem.c
the machine crashes in the memset as it trys to memset to 0
from 88002000 and ~4MB ... The most interesting thing is that even
if i increase the bootmap_size (*4) the memset begins at the same address -
It seems that it doesnt care on allocation.
I had a look at the end of mm/bootmem.c:__alloc_bootmem_core
and saw that it trys to memset from 0x88002000.
So currently i think i lost the overview and something very obvious goes
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