Eric W. Biederman
ebiederman at lnxi.com
Mon Nov 25 15:24:01 CET 2002
Andrew Kohlsmith <akohlsmith-linuxbios at benshaw.com> writes:
> > The bounce buffer is normally allocated at the top of ram - 2* the size of
> > the LinuxBIOS ram segment. It would appear that its got the wrong idea
> > about the size of ram in this case.
> >> totalram: 1020M
> I think you're absolutely correct. :-) Damn I never saw that line before you
> brought it to my attention. Now I know where to look.
> Any thoughts on getting BOOT_IDE to work? With the option enabled I saw
> absolutely no change in the elfboot operation. changing BOOT_ROM to 0 was
> similarly uneventful. I don't _think_ it has anything to do with the PIRQ
> routing table having bad CRCs for entries (how did that happen anyway, it was
> generated by the appropriate utility). I'll do some more investigation but
> thank you for pointing me off to the memory issue.
Nothing in etherboot uses interrupts, so the pirq table is definitely ruled out.
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