Fwd: How can I find lost CPU1 in Sun V20Z ?
astrodog at gmail.com
Mon Jan 17 12:53:01 PST 2005
On Mon, 17 Jan 2005 18:24:16 +0100, Lars Tunkrans
<lars.tunkrans at bredband.net> wrote:
> Kim Sungbark wrote:
> > I compiled with SMP option with "make kernel KERNCONF=MYKERNEL" in
> > /usr/src $(TOP) derective of source tree but the kernel comes panic with
> > "CPU1 Launched !" message. Whenever I put in SMP option with MYKERNEL,
> > the kernel comes panic. Is there any successful story with SMP option in
> > V20Z ?
> > I am suspicious that why even GENERIC KERNEL can't find CPU1?
> > MyKernel configuration file SMP option for AMD64
> > # Workarounds for some known-to-be-broken chipsets (nVidia
> > nForce3-Pro150)
> > device atpic # 8259A compatability
> > options NO_MIXED_MODE # Don't penalize working chipsets
> The SUN V20z Uses the AMD8000 series chipset. To be exact,
> it uses the AMD8131 HyperTransport to PCI bridge and the
> AMD8111 to communicate with keyboard, USB, CD/DVD and Mouse.
> This is the same general chipset as the Tyan boards.
> Maybe the above options for nforce3 are wrong in this context.
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Sorry Lars, Reply-To: always makes me sad. :(
I've never seen a Tyan motherboard based machine have that issue, but
its worth a shot. Anyone used FreeBSD with the V20z, anyway?
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