On Thu, 2014-09-25 at 20:40 -0700, Justin Hibbits wrote: > With r272146 my SATA controller fails to attach, preventing the kernel > from mounting root. I've attached a log of as much as dconschat would > allow. The relevant portion is pcib10: > > atapci0: <ServerWorks K2 SATA150 controller> mem 0xfa402000-0xfa403fff > at device 12.0 on pci10 pcib1: failed to reserve resource for pcib10 > pcib10: failed to allocate initial I/O port window (0-0xffffffff,0x10) > atapci0: 0x10 bytes of rid 0x20 res 4 failed (0, 0xffffffffffffffff). > atapci0: unable to map interrupt > device_attach: atapci0 attach returned 6 > > pcib10: allocated memory range (0xfa400000-0xfa400fff) for rid 10 of > pci1:3:14:0 atapci0: <ServerWorks K2 SATA150 controller> mem > 0xfa402000-0xfa403fff at device 12.0 on pci10 pcib1: failed to reserve > resource for pcib10 pcib10: failed to allocate initial I/O port window > (0-0xffffffff,0x10) atapci0: 0x10 bytes of rid 0x20 res 4 failed (0, > 0xffffffffffffffff). atapci0: unable to map interrupt > device_attach: atapci0 attach returned 6 > ata0: <Shasta Kauai ATA Controller> mem 0xfa404000-0xfa407fff at device > 13.0 on pci10 ofw_pci mapdev: start fa404000, len 16384 > ata0: unable to allocate interrupt > device_attach: ata0 attach returned 6 > > > It works fine with r271697 kernel (latest I have booting). I haven't > yet tried bisecting. > > Hardware is a PowerMac G5 (last generation). > > - Justin
Ooops, I think a paste-o in my r272109 caused it. See if this fixes it. -- Ian
Index: sys/powerpc/ofw/ofw_pcibus.c =================================================================== --- sys/powerpc/ofw/ofw_pcibus.c (revision 272109) +++ sys/powerpc/ofw/ofw_pcibus.c (working copy) @@ -201,7 +201,7 @@ ofw_pcibus_enum_devtree(device_t dev, u_int domain * resource list. */ if (dinfo->opd_dinfo.cfg.intpin == 0) - ofw_bus_intr_to_rl(dev, node, &dinfo->opd_dinfo.resources); + ofw_bus_intr_to_rl(dev, child, &dinfo->opd_dinfo.resources); } }
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