[coreboot] Intel: After suspend/resume `cbmem -l` fails with `Program cbmem tried to access /dev/mem between f0000->1f0000.`
paulepanter at users.sourceforge.net
Wed Jan 7 09:15:45 CET 2015
Am Dienstag, den 06.01.2015, 12:30 +0100 schrieb Michał Masłowski:
> > Does somebody have a coreboot log from serial or USB for cold boot and
> > resume, please? I am unable to get one right now, because the docking
> > station is not here.
> I have logs from EHCI debug: normal boot and resume from suspend to RAM.
Thanks a lot!
> >> Using dd, grep and hexdump shows that the coreboot table entry at memory
> >> address 0x500 gets zeroed. /proc/iomem considers that address
> >> "reserved".
> Guessing from searching the code: smm_setup_structures from
> src/southbridge/intel/i82801gx/smi.c overwrote it, called by acpi_resume
> in src/arch/x86/boot/acpi.c. I haven't checked how the (mentioned in
> the comment) GNVS relocation or coreboot table writing are done, nor how
> it's different when resuming.
Yes, that looks correct. Thank you for the analysis. Looking through the
code, the function is implemented differently for Intel BD82x6x and
later models. I tried to quickly backport this to Intel 82801Gx, but
failed . Stefan gave some good hints already:
> I think on core / core2 SMM is not using TSEG (in our implementation),
> so you'll have to look at the ASEG.
> Since you might be running on either a core cpu (32bit) or core2
> (64bit) you might need to determine what CPU you're running on (at
> runtime) and use the according XXX_state_save_area_t. If the offsets
> for the registers you are looking at are the same for both CPU types,
> you can probably avoid that..
> Look at src/cpu/x86/smm/smihandler.c for how stuff was set up there.
> rbx doesn't exist on 32bit CPUs, so you'll have switch at runtime here
> depending on the CPU type.
Kyösti also replied:
> FYI: I have an incompleted patchset to convert from SMM TSEG relocator
> to SMM_MODULES, and I do not see what would prevent from converting
> ASEG SMI handlers to SMM_MODULE too.
So, I guess I’ll wait until that work is done. If somebody else has
another idea how to solve that for the Intel 82801Gx, please share.
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