[coreboot] Coreboot fails to initialize on ASUS A8V-E SE
r.marek at assembler.cz
Mon Dec 14 23:23:54 CET 2009
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> Was this still needed with the drivers compiled in? I was hoping that the
> reason the heap was too small was because so many devices had to be
> allocated. At some point in the future we might want to make devices take
> up less RAM. 1092 bytes (0x444) seems like a lot, especially as we want to
> put fewer devices explicitly in the device tree, and more will need to be
> dynamically allocated.
Yes it was needed. Otherwise it would not boot.
free_mem_ptr started at 140000
end was 147770
Like ~31KB total comparing the ptrs from bootlog start/end.
What about the failover? Remove? Fix? Ideas?
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