IO memory read from /proc/vmcore leads to hang.
danielwa at cisco.com
Mon Jul 25 10:06:35 PDT 2016
This doesn't appear to be the case. As of 2.0.6 ppc32 is still used. I
don't see any changesets in the git tree that would change that for
On 07/22/2016 04:11 AM, Maxim Uvarov wrote:
> I might be wrong but as I remember powerpc32 is deprecated in
> kexec-tools and all code use ppc64 directory even for 32 bit code...
> 2016-07-21 23:04 GMT+03:00 Daniel Walker <danielwa at cisco.com>:
>> On 07/21/2016 12:33 PM, Maxim Uvarov wrote:
>>> 2016-07-21 18:19 GMT+03:00 Daniel Walker <danielwa at cisco.com>:
>>>> There appears to be no code which checks what is or is not System ram,
>>>> there is nothing that checks the device tree to see what is IO memory,
>>>> nothing reads /proc/iomem .. So AFAIK nothing cares if it's IO memory, or
>>>> system ram, and there's no method to config things to skip any memory in
>>>> system, except in makedumpfile which can skip symbols not IO memory.
>>> Daniel, unfortunately it's long time for me when I looked to powerpc
>>> code. But I just
>>> checked that here:
>>> is probably what you need.
>> I have a powerpc32 .. In the powerpc64 file I only see something called
>> "reserved-ranges" which may do what I want, however, that doesn't exist in
>> the 32bit version. It appers the reserved-ranges is used by OPAL firmware ,
>> which I don't have. There doesn't appear to be anything generic in ppc64 to
>> exclude device IO memory.
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