On 15 March 2013 15:33, Joshua Isom <jri...@gmail.com> wrote:

>> ar9300_set_stub_functions: setting stub functions
>> ar9300_set_stub_functions: setting stub functions
>> ar9300_attach: calling ar9300_hw_attach
>> ar9300_hw_attach: calling ar9300_eeprom_attach
>> ar9300_flash_map: unimplemented for now
>> Restoring Cal data from DRAM
>> Restoring Cal data from EEPROM
>> ar9300_hw_attach: ar9300_eeprom_attach returned 0
>> ath0: RX status length: 48
>> ath0: RX buffer size: 4096
>> ath0: TX descriptor length: 128
>> ath0: TX status length: 36
>> ath0: TX buffers per descriptor: 4
>> ar9300_freebsd_setup_x_tx_desc: called, 0x0/0, 0x0/0, 0x0/0

.. I really should remove that, but.

>> ath0: ath_edma_setup_rxfifo: type=0, FIFO depth = 16 entries
>> ath0: ath_edma_setup_rxfifo: type=1, FIFO depth = 128 entries
>> ath0: [HT] enabling HT modes
>> ath0: [HT] enabling short-GI in 20MHz mode
>> ath0: [HT] 1 stream STBC receive enabled
>> ath0: [HT] 1 stream STBC transmit enabled
>> ath0: [HT] 3 RX streams; 3 TX streams
>> ath0: AR9380 mac 448.3 RF5110 phy 0.0

Cool, normal AR9380. Nothing fancy.

>> ath0: 2GHz radio: 0x0000; 5GHz radio: 0x0000

>> ar9300_Stub_GetSlotTime: called
>> ar9300_Stub_GetSlotTime: called
>> ar9300_Stub_GetCTSTimeout: called
>> ar9300_Stub_GetCTSTimeout: called
>> ar9300_Stub_GetAntennaSwitch: called
>> ar9300_Stub_GetAntennaSwitch: called

Ok. I should implement those stub routines in the driver. Can you file
a bug report (against my fork, not the qca tree) with the above stubs?
That way I don't forget.

I wonder why you see them and I don't. Or do I just never check dmesg.

>> wlan0: Ethernet address: 64:70:02:18:6d:95
>> ath0: ath_edma_recv_proc_queue: handled npkts 0 ngood 0
>> ath0: ath_edma_recv_proc_queue: handled npkts 0 ngood 0
>> ath0: ath_edma_recv_proc_queue: handled npkts 0 ngood 0
>> ath0: ath_edma_recv_proc_queue: handled npkts 0 ngood 0
>> ath0: ath_edma_recv_proc_queue: handled npkts 0 ngood 0
>> ath0: ath_edma_recv_proc_queue: handled npkts 0 ngood 0
>> ath0: ath_edma_recv_proc_queue: handled npkts 0 ngood 0
>> ath0: ath_edma_recv_proc_queue: handled npkts 0 ngood 0
>> ath0: ath_edma_recv_proc_queue: handled npkts 0 ngood 0
>> ath0: ath_edma_recv_proc_queue: handled npkts 0 ngood 0
>> ath0: ath_edma_recv_proc_queue: handled npkts 0 ngood 0
>> ath0: ath_edma_recv_proc_queue: handled npkts 0 ngood 0
>> ath0: ath_edma_recv_proc_queue: handled npkts 0 ngood 0
>> ath0: ath_edma_recv_proc_queue: handled npkts 0 ngood 0
>> ath0: ath_edma_recv_proc_queue: handled npkts 0 ngood 0
>> ath0: ath_edma_recv_proc_queue: handled npkts 0 ngood 0
>> ath0: ath_edma_recv_proc_queue: handled npkts 0 ngood 0
>> ath0: ath_edma_recv_proc_queue: handled npkts 0 ngood 0
>> ath0: ath_edma_recv_proc_queue: handled npkts 0 ngood 0
>> ath0: ath_edma_recv_proc_queue: handled npkts 0 ngood 0
>> ath0: ath_edma_recv_proc_queue: handled npkts 0 ngood 0
>> ath0: ath_edma_recv_proc_queue: handled npkts 0 ngood 0
>> ath0: ath_edma_recv_proc_queue: handled npkts 0 ngood 0
>> ath0: ath_edma_recv_proc_queue: handled npkts 0 ngood 0
>> ath0: ath_edma_recv_proc_queue: handled npkts 0 ngood 0
>> ath0: ath_edma_recv_proc_queue: handled npkts 0 ngood 0
>> ath0: ath_edma_recv_proc_queue: handled npkts 0 ngood 0
>> ath0: ath_edma_recv_proc_queue: handled npkts 0 ngood 0
>> ath0: ath_edma_recv_proc_queue: handled npkts 0 ngood 0

This is well known. For some odd reason I get a RXEOL interrupt when I
initialise the RX FIFO. I don't know why yet. It's harmless but I'd
like to figure out why.

>> ar9300_reset[4254]: ar9300_stop_dma_receive failed

Likely another channel scan, maybe? Or maybe it finally associated?

>> ath0: ath_edma_recv_proc_queue: handled npkts 0 ngood 0

Thanks for being patient so far!



Adrian
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