mylesgw at gmail.com
Fri Jun 19 18:50:03 CEST 2009
> yes, that is why I did that struct-based stack in my v3 SMP startup.
> The struct formed the base of the AP stack. We could put a simple
> print buffer in there and require that the BSP print out AP boot
So each AP has some part of RAM to copy the buffer to?
I guess that doesn't help with RAM initialization issues, or am I missing
something? Maybe that's a small price to pay. Maybe we should allow
"Everyone prints" as an option for RAM init debugging.
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