mylesgw at gmail.com
Wed Jun 24 18:29:39 CEST 2009
> > at the default 8KB). This might solve booting, but I'll still have APs
> > BSP talking all at once, which I'm also seeing on K10.
> I tried with a 32KB stack and a 64KB stack, no change, the machine still
> resets itself:
Maybe this is a silly suggestion, but how hard would it be to write a script
that unscrambled the output?
If I only knew how to find it on Google (I tried briefly), I'm sure
something similar has already been written.
It seems like it is a simpler problem because we know the maximum number of
processors and the possible format strings. I wish I had the time to play
with it because I think it would be fun to write.
It seems like the priorities are:
1. Stop the APs from executing when they shouldn't.
2. Fix locking if it's still a problem.
I think the garbled output provides a good hint (although it is annoying) at
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