[coreboot] Rev 4099+ Broken Tree?
r.marek at assembler.cz
Fri Apr 24 20:56:10 CEST 2009
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> If you revert that patch it fixes the problem, right?
> My interpretation: you no longer zero low memory because you don't
> want to zero low memory on a resume. This is good for resume, and very
> bad for cold boot.
Yes seems you are right. But I believe the ECC setup should care about that
But why it works for the rest of memory? The rest of memory is never cleared.
Only to TOPK. Thats why I assumed its OK to change that and clear memory from
_RAMBASE to TOPK and not from 0 to TOPK
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