On Thu, Dec 1, 2016 at 4:30 AM, Richard Henderson <r...@twiddle.net> wrote:
> On 11/30/2016 10:39 AM, Jin Guojie wrote:
>> Yesterday I successfully got in touch with a Debian developer from imgtec.
>> Welcome Su Yunqiang.
>> V4 patch can be tested on mips64 be hosts now.
>> The following guests on a mips64
>> big-endian host is OK:
>> - Debian i386 with qemu-system-i386
>> - Debian i386 with qemu-system-x86_64
> Yunqiang, for the record is this mips64 or mips64r2? If mips64r2, it might be
Jin gave me his new patch set. I tested it on R2.
All of the bellow work well.
(HOST) (qemu-system) (Debian ISO)
64eb -> i386 -> i386
64eb -> x86_64 -> i386
64eb -> x86_64 -> amd64
n32eb -> i386 -> i386
n32eb -> x86_64 -> i386
n32eb -> x86_64 -> amd64
32eb -> i386 -> i386
32eb -> x86_64 -> i386
32eb -> x86_64 -> amd64
> helpful to re-test with use_mips32r2_instructions forced to 0 in
> tcg_target_detect_isa, since there are different paths selected based on that.
I will test for non-r2 today with these paris.
>> However, Debian amd64 with qemu-system-x86_64 fails to boot kernel.
>> A 'rep movsq' instruction is wrongly emulated.
>> I will fix this bug within one or two days.
> Excellent, thanks.
>> But even Su cannot provide an R6 machine.
> Ok, I guess we will just have to drop the R6 patches for now, until imgtec is
> able to provide feedback on them.