sparc64/144867: panic: trap: memory address not aligned booting Sunfire 280R

Rob Farmer rfarmer at
Thu Mar 25 18:10:04 UTC 2010

The following reply was made to PR sparc64/144867; it has been noted by GNATS.

From: Rob Farmer <rfarmer at>
To: Marius Strobl <marius at>
Cc: bug-followup at
Subject: Re: sparc64/144867: panic: trap: memory address not aligned booting 
	Sunfire 280R
Date: Thu, 25 Mar 2010 11:07:30 -0700

 On Sat, Mar 20, 2010 at 1:43 PM, Marius Strobl
 <marius at> wrote:
 > On Fri, Mar 19, 2010 at 04:55:02PM -0700, Rob Farmer wrote:
 >> Yes, its the MMF card. There are two of them, actually. I don't need
 >> them in my environment so I took them out and it booted from the cd.
 > Ok, let's check that again once you got the machine running without
 > them.
 >> However, I did a standard install in sysinstall and now I get a new
 >> panic trying to boot from the hard drive:
 >> pcib1: <Sun Host-PCI bridge> mem
 >> 0x40004600000-0x40004617fff,0x40004410000-0x4000441004f,0x7ffec000000-0x7ffec0000ff
 >> irq 562,560,561,564 on nexus0
 >> pcib1: Schizo, version 7, IGN 0x8, bus A, 66MHz
 >> Timecounter "pcib1" frequency 150000000 Hz quality 100
 >> pcib1: DVMA map: 0xc0000000 to 0xffffffff 131072 entries, streaming buffer
 >> panic: pcib: PCI bus A error AFAR 0x1000c0 AFSR 0x320000000 PCI CSR
 >> 0x60002010f003f IOMMU 0x70003 STATUS 0x2a0
 > Please give the following snapshot a try:
 > That one includes r205254, which works around a quirk of version 7
 > Schizo seen when booting V890 from disk. You appear to be hitting
 > the same issue.
 That snapshot works great without the MMF cards. I don't need them so
 I will just leave them out, but if you are interested in working on
 them I can test patches.
 Rob Farmer
 > Marius

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