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RE: Kernel debugging contd.

To: Mark E Mason <>,
Subject: RE: Kernel debugging contd.
From: Jonathan Day <>
Date: Tue, 19 Sep 2006 11:06:45 -0700 (PDT)
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I would guess I can fix the problem by simply
cutting-and-pasting the SB1 codes back in and then
changing the calls. (If there's a patch for this out
there, that would be even easier...! :)

Out of curiosity, any idea why the code was switched
to a generic implementation?

--- Mark E Mason <> wrote:

> Hello,
> FWIW - this is the same place my boards are hanging
> (right after freeing
> kernel memory).  I'd tracked it down to the commit
> that changed the
> cache/page handling for the sibyte parts from the
> sb1 specific to the
> generic codes -- but haven't found time to look into
> it further as yet.
> /Mark 

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