sparc64/144867: panic: trap: memory address not aligned booting
rfarmer at predatorlabs.net
Tue Mar 30 00:36:59 UTC 2010
On Mon, Mar 29, 2010 at 3:13 PM, Craig Butler
<craig001 at lerwick.hopto.org> wrote:
> cassini memory address trap.... same as on the b100s in the B1600
> chassis I think -- I bet if you compile a kernel without device cas
> it'll get past that bit -- problem then is no network...
Yep - if I take the cas card out the system runs great - a lot faster
than the old Netra X1 I replaced :). It actually has a gem NIC too
which I have been using so I don't need to get this card working, but
I'm willing to test patches to see if they fix the panic (its a MMF
card though and I'm not setup to test if it actually works as far as
network connectivity, unfortunately).
> Marius- I'll have a look at setting up a netboot server and look at
> getting terminal and blade access for you this weekend if your still
> interested. I hope to help in anyway possible but me head exploded
> after trying to debug the panic :)
> That is if they are related... IIRC you said something to do with the
> way the BAR was getting assigned.
> Craig Butler
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