MPC8245 custom board, Linux 2.4 kernel hangs after uncompressing
Atit_Shah at satyam.com
Thu Apr 21 18:45:33 EST 2005
I forgot to mention this...u should do a soft reset. If you go about powering off and on your board your buffer will be flushed. But for a soft reset the contents will be retained.
From: Sam Song [mailto:samlinuxppc at yahoo.com.cn]
Sent: Thursday, April 21, 2005 12:49 PM
To: Atit_Shah; kishorekrd at gmail.com
Cc: linuxppc-embedded at ozlabs.org
Subject: RE: MPC8245 custom board, Linux 2.4 kernel hangs after uncompressing
Atit_Shah <Atit_Shah at satyam.com> wrote：
> 1. Check your log buffer...your console may not be
> initialized yet so all your printk are logged at a
> particular memory location. Checkout the
> System.map file in the Linux folder for "log_buf".
> The address that you have there subtract it with
> the kernel base address. Then in view your
> memory at that location. We used U-Boot so we gave
> the command
> md <log_buff address>
Interesting to me as well. I also have such a similar
problem. But I wanna to know how I can return to
u-boot with software workaround after kernel hanging.
At least, I must power-off and power-on my target to
get back to u-boot console. If so, the last kernel
printk message would lost IMHO.
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