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SubjectRe: [RFC] tree-based bootmem
* William Lee Irwin III (wli@holomorphy.com) wrote:
> On Wed, Nov 28, 2001 at 01:04:11AM -0800, Chris Wright wrote:
> > boot: 2.5.1-pre1-bootmem
> > Uncompressing image...
> > Loading initial ramdisk....
> > PROMLIB: obio_ranges 5
> > Fixup b f01e9720 doesn't refer to a SETHI at f0119e34[7fffc344]
> > Program terminated
> > Type help for more information
> > <#0> ok
>
>
> I'd be interested in finding out what this error means. Can anyone
> comment on this?

i recompiled with DEBUG_BOOTMEM enabled, and it booted fine. that macro
only turns on a couple printk's, so i suspect i messed up the first
build. after rebuilding without DEBUG_BOOTMEM again, and booting
sucessfully, i'd say it's working fine on this 32-bit SPARC20

here's the debug output, btw:

Available physical memory:
vailable segment: [66347008,66424831]
available segment: [2396160,2400255]
available segment: [5623808,16777215]
available segment: [17096704,66342911]

cheers,
-chris
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