[OpenBIOS] Sparc64 OpenBIOS
Nick.Couchman at seakr.com
Wed Nov 18 16:15:41 CET 2009
>>> On 2009/11/17 at 10:37, Tarl Neustaedter <Tarl.Neustaedter at Sun.COM> wrote:
>> Based on that output, it's hard for me to tell what about "open-package'"
> Yup. What I spot:
> : mount-root ( Empty )
> 00000000ffe35d28: boot-dev$ ( ffe357a8 6 )
> 00000000ffe35d30: fs-pkg$ ( ffe357a8 6 ffe317c0 10 )
> 00000000ffe35d38: $open-package
> : $open-package ( ffe357a8 6 ffe317c0 10 )
> It looks like fs-pkg$ names the package it's opening. I'm guessing
> that's hsfs-file-system, but you should probably verify that's what is
> in that string (do a "2dup type" before calling $open-package). If
> that's correct, then rather than descending into open-package, you
> probably want to put a breakpoint at "open" in
> /packages/hsfs-file-system, which is where that will end up after much
> wandering around. Then proceed from there - you really don't want to
> trace through instance creation.
Okay, I was able to do a "2dup type" and verify that hsfs-file-system is the name of the file that it's trying to open.
Again, forgive my ignorance (being new to this whole development process), but what's the best way to insert a breakpoint where you've suggested?
> The reason you weren't able to see all that (which would have been
> overwhelming) is a bit further down:
> 00000000ffe135f0: (lit) ( 1 ffe2fe38 ffe4b1d8 ffe4b548 ffe135e0 4 ffe4b558
> ffe13310 )
> 00000000ffe13600: catch ( 1 ffe2fe38 ffe4b1d8 ffe4b548 ffffffffffffffff 0 )
> That's basically a subroutine call to ffe13310, which it didn't show.
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