mylesgw at gmail.com
Wed Jun 24 19:12:13 CEST 2009
On Wed, Jun 24, 2009 at 10:46 AM, Myles Watson <mylesgw at gmail.com> wrote:
> At the point where it starts to get garbled, can you insert an endless loop
> for a processor that isn't the BSP? Or insert a loop that prints the
> processor's number in a loop. Just a sanity check.
> Found CBFS 4f524243
CBFS: follow chain: fff00000 + 28 + 10076 + align -> fff100a6
CBFS: follow chain: fff100a0 + 38 + 4a01c + align -> fff5a100
CBFS: follow chain: fff5a100 + 38 + 2be8 + align -> fff5cd20
CBFS: follow chain: fff5cd20 + 38 + 10076 + align -> fff6cdd0
Stage: load @ 1048576/696320 bytes, enter @ 100000
4a01c + : after memset 0on
-stack variables at 001fedf8
cbfs_decompress: algo: 0c8000 : uncompressed
I'm done doing that by hand for a while :)
So one processor loads coreboot_ram and jumps there, then another does
memset on the same area so that it can load it?
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