Ok so since I don't know alpha assembly.
can it be changed to teh address of the thread0 structure?
(I'll bet the same thing needs to be done on the other
On Wed, 6 Feb 2002, Andrew Gallatin wrote:
> Julian Elischer writes:
> > for the set of patches at:
> > http://www.freebsd.org/~julian/adiff
> > these patches SHOULD NOT EFFECT your system except to do some
> > slight re-aranging of stuff in the kernel.
> Today's alpha kernel, plus those changes results in a ksp not valid
> halt with the PC near the beginning of mi_startup:
> /boot//kernel.bad/kernel data=0x4150c0+0x39360
> Entering /boot//kernel.bad/kernel at 0xfffffc000033b680...
> sio1: gdb debugging port
> halted CPU 0
> halt code = 2
> kernel stack not valid halt
> PC = fffffc000047e80c
> Since thread0 is no longer a pointer, this looks suspicious in locore.s:
> * Switch to proc0's PCB.
> ldq t0,thread0 /* get phys addr of pcb */
> ldq a0,TD_MD_PCBPADDR(t0)
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