[coreboot] [Fwd: Re: [Fwd: Re: arima hdama problem]]

Myles Watson mylesgw at gmail.com
Tue Oct 20 21:44:29 CEST 2009

On Tue, Oct 20, 2009 at 1:31 PM, Hugh Greenberg <hng at lanl.gov> wrote:

> I have been power cycling since you pointed it out last time.

So have you been editing the logs (removing the first bit before the HT

pos=0x8a, unfiltered freq_cap=0x8075
pos=0x8a, filtered freq_cap=0x35
pos=0xce, unfiltered freq_cap=0x35
freq_cap1=0x35, freq_cap2=0x15
dev1 old_freq=0x4, freq=0x4, needs_reset=0x0
dev2 old_freq=0x4, freq=0x4, needs_reset=0x0

This is link 0, and it says it is already running at the maximum frequency,
so it doesn't need a reset.  A cold boot should start at 200MHz and always
need a reset.  Here's an example from SimNOW:

dev1 old_freq=0x0, freq=0x4, needs_reset=0x1
dev2 old_freq=0x0, freq=0x4, needs_reset=0x1

If you haven't been editing the logs, then maybe there's something wrong
with the early serial port initialization.  That would be good to know.

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