[coreboot] slow load times
kevin at koconnor.net
Sat Feb 14 10:02:27 CET 2009
On Fri, Feb 13, 2009 at 09:26:43PM -0700, Myles Watson wrote:
> > > It didn't work for me that way. It still works for me to use the reset
> > > button.
> > Hrmm. That's weird. Can you send a SeaBIOS log of a run where you
> > boot up until failure, press ctrl+alt+delete, and then go to the
> > failure again?
> Sure. From what I've been able to tell, there's nothing significant there.
> SeaBIOS detects the drives the second time
Oh - I was only looking to see if SeaBIOS could detect the drives the
second time. Can you see if the patch below fixes the problem for
>, but when Linux tries to boot it
> gets confused when it tries to load the SATA drivers and hangs. I don't
> think I was clear on that before. It could be related to the interrupt
> routing problems, or something that's not getting reset correctly by
On ctrl+alt+delete, coreboot isn't called. I've seen problems with
SeaBIOS booting after a soft-reboot, but I don't know why. It looks
like SeaBIOS is doing a full internal reset correctly..
If you send the full log, maybe it will help diagnose that problem.
@@ -753,7 +753,9 @@ ata_detect()
// Look for device
outb(slave ? ATA_CB_DH_DEV1 : ATA_CB_DH_DEV0, iobase1+ATA_CB_DH);
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