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datatek.jung
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PostPosted: Thu Sep 22, 2016 6:39 am    Post subject: Install stuck on SUN SPARC Reply with quote

Hi expert. I am installing Sun gentoo on SUN T5410 server.
While booting with install CD, it stuck with "IGNORING CPU" messages on the console below.

....................CONSOLE LOG / SUN T5410 ------------------- : :D

Welcome to the Gentoo/Linux SPARC64 weekly InstallCD
----------------------------------------------------

boot: gentoo slowusb scandelay ttyPS0=ttyPS1
Allocated 64 Megs of memory at 0x40000000 for kernel
Loaded kernel version 3.14.14
Loading initial ramdisk (2221856 bytes at 0x12800000 phys, 0x40C00000 virt)...
/
PROMLIB: Sun IEEE Boot Prom 'OBP 4.30.2.b 2009/06/16 07:04'
PROMLIB: Root node compatible: sun4v
Linux version 3.14.14-gentoo (root@bender) (gcc version 4.7.3 (Gentoo 4.7.3-r1 p1.5, pie-0.5.5) ) #1 SMP Wed Dec 3 13:49:00 UTC 2014
bootconsole [earlyprom0] enabled
ARCH: SUN4V
Ethernet address: 00:21:28:3c:16:0e
PAGE_OFFSET is 0xffffff8000000000 (max_phys_bits == 39)
Kernel: Using 4 locked TLB entries for main kernel image.
Remapping the kernel... done.
OF stdout device is: /virtual-devices@100/console@1
PROM: Built device tree with 136120 bytes of memory.
MDESC: Size is 72528 bytes.
PLATFORM: banner-name [T5240]
PLATFORM: name [SUNW,T5240]
PLATFORM: hostid [853c160e]
PLATFORM: serial# [00ab4130]
PLATFORM: stick-frequency [457656f0]
PLATFORM: mac-address [21283c160e]
PLATFORM: watchdog-resolution [1000 ms]
PLATFORM: watchdog-max-timeout [31536000000 ms]
PLATFORM: max-cpus [128]
Ignoring CPU 64 which is >= NR_CPUS (64)
Ignoring CPU 65 which is >= NR_CPUS (64)
Ignoring CPU 66 which is >= NR_CPUS (64)
Ignoring CPU 67 which is >= NR_CPUS (64)
Ignoring CPU 68 which is >= NR_CPUS (64)
Ignoring CPU 69 which is >= NR_CPUS (64)
Ignoring CPU 70 which is >= NR_CPUS (64)
Ignoring CPU 71 which is >= NR_CPUS (64)
Ignoring CPU 72 which is >= NR_CPUS (64)
Ignoring CPU 73 which is >= NR_CPUS (64)
Ignoring CPU 74 which is >= NR_CPUS (64)
Ignoring CPU 75 which is >= NR_CPUS (64)
Ignoring CPU 76 which is >= NR_CPUS (64)
Ignoring CPU 77 which is >= NR_CPUS (64)
Ignoring CPU 78 which is >= NR_CPUS (64)
Ignoring CPU 79 which is >= NR_CPUS (64)
Ignoring CPU 80 which is >= NR_CPUS (64)
Ignoring CPU 81 which is >= NR_CPUS (64)
Ignoring CPU 82 which is >= NR_CPUS (64)
Ignoring CPU 83 which is >= NR_CPUS (64)
Ignoring CPU 84 which is >= NR_CPUS (64)
Ignoring CPU 85 which is >= NR_CPUS (64)
Ignoring CPU 86 which is >= NR_CPUS (64)
Ignoring CPU 87 which is >= NR_CPUS (64)
Ignoring CPU 88 which is >= NR_CPUS (64)
Ignoring CPU 89 which is >= NR_CPUS (64)
Ignoring CPU 90 which is >= NR_CPUS (64)
Ignoring CPU 91 which is >= NR_CPUS (64)
Ignoring CPU 92 which is >= NR_CPUS (64)
Ignoring CPU 93 which is >= NR_CPUS (64)
Ignoring CPU 94 which is >= NR_CPUS (64)
Ignoring CPU 95 which is >= NR_CPUS (64)
Ignoring CPU 64 which is >= NR_CPUS (64)
Ignoring CPU 65 which is >= NR_CPUS (64)
Ignoring CPU 66 which is >= NR_CPUS (64)
Ignoring CPU 67 which is >= NR_CPUS (64)
Ignoring CPU 68 which is >= NR_CPUS (64)
Ignoring CPU 69 which is >= NR_CPUS (64)
Ignoring CPU 70 which is >= NR_CPUS (64)
Ignoring CPU 71 which is >= NR_CPUS (64)
Ignoring CPU 72 which is >= NR_CPUS (64)
Ignoring CPU 73 which is >= NR_CPUS (64)
Ignoring CPU 74 which is >= NR_CPUS (64)
Ignoring CPU 75 which is >= NR_CPUS (64)
Ignoring CPU 76 which is >= NR_CPUS (64)
Ignoring CPU 77 which is >= NR_CPUS (64)
Ignoring CPU 78 which is >= NR_CPUS (64)
Ignoring CPU 79 which is >= NR_CPUS (64)
Ignoring CPU 80 which is >= NR_CPUS (64)
Ignoring CPU 81 which is >= NR_CPUS (64)
Ignoring CPU 82 which is >= NR_CPUS (64)
Ignoring CPU 83 which is >= NR_CPUS (64)
Ignoring CPU 84 which is >= NR_CPUS (64)
Ignoring CPU 85 which is >= NR_CPUS (64)
Ignoring CPU 86 which is >= NR_CPUS (64)
Ignoring CPU 87 which is >= NR_CPUS (64)
Ignoring CPU 88 which is >= NR_CPUS (64)
Ignoring CPU 89 which is >= NR_CPUS (64)
Ignoring CPU 90 which is >= NR_CPUS (64)
Ignoring CPU 91 which is >= NR_CPUS (64)
Ignoring CPU 92 which is >= NR_CPUS (64)
Ignoring CPU 93 which is >= NR_CPUS (64)
Ignoring CPU 94 which is >= NR_CPUS (64)
Ignoring CPU 95 which is >= NR_CPUS (64)
Top of RAM: 0x1ffae6000, Total RAM: 0x1f166a000
Memory hole size: 228MB
Zone ranges:
Normal [mem 0x0e400000-0x1ffae5fff]
Movable zone start for each node
Early memory node ranges
node 0: [mem 0x0e400000-0x1ffa4dfff]
node 0: [mem 0x1ffa5e000-0x1ffa6dfff]
node 0: [mem 0x1ffada000-0x1ffae5fff]
Booting Linux...
CPU CAPS: [flush,stbar,swap,muldiv,v9,blkinit,n2,mul32]
CPU CAPS: [div32,v8plus,popc,vis,vis2,ASIBlkInit]
PERCPU: Embedded 6 pages/cpu @ffffff81fb000000 s13184 r8192 d27776 u65536
SUN4V: Mondo queue sizes [cpu(16384) dev(16384) r(8192) nr(256)]
Ignoring CPU 64 which is >= NR_CPUS (64)
Ignoring CPU 65 which is >= NR_CPUS (64)
Ignoring CPU 66 which is >= NR_CPUS (64)
Ignoring CPU 67 which is >= NR_CPUS (64)
Ignoring CPU 68 which is >= NR_CPUS (64)
Ignoring CPU 69 which is >= NR_CPUS (64)
Ignoring CPU 70 which is >= NR_CPUS (64)
Ignoring CPU 71 which is >= NR_CPUS (64)
Ignoring CPU 72 which is >= NR_CPUS (64)
Ignoring CPU 73 which is >= NR_CPUS (64)
Ignoring CPU 74 which is >= NR_CPUS (64)
Ignoring CPU 75 which is >= NR_CPUS (64)
Ignoring CPU 76 which is >= NR_CPUS (64)
Ignoring CPU 77 which is >= NR_CPUS (64)
Ignoring CPU 78 which is >= NR_CPUS (64)
Ignoring CPU 79 which is >= NR_CPUS (64)
Ignoring CPU 80 which is >= NR_CPUS (64)
Ignoring CPU 81 which is >= NR_CPUS (64)
Ignoring CPU 82 which is >= NR_CPUS (64)
Ignoring CPU 83 which is >= NR_CPUS (64)
Ignoring CPU 84 which is >= NR_CPUS (64)
Ignoring CPU 85 which is >= NR_CPUS (64)
Ignoring CPU 86 which is >= NR_CPUS (64)
Ignoring CPU 87 which is >= NR_CPUS (64)
Ignoring CPU 88 which is >= NR_CPUS (64)
Ignoring CPU 89 which is >= NR_CPUS (64)
Ignoring CPU 90 which is >= NR_CPUS (64)
Ignoring CPU 91 which is >= NR_CPUS (64)
Ignoring CPU 92 which is >= NR_CPUS (64)
Ignoring CPU 93 which is >= NR_CPUS (64)
Ignoring CPU 94 which is >= NR_CPUS (64)
Ignoring CPU 95 which is >= NR_CPUS (64)
Built 1 zonelists in Zone order, mobility grouping on. Total pages: 1010718
Kernel command line: root=/dev/ram0 init=/linuxrc looptype=squashfs loop=/image.squashfs cdroot slowusb scandelay ttyPS0=ttyPS1
PID hash table entries: 4096 (order: 2, 32768 bytes)
Dentry cache hash table entries: 1048576 (order: 10, 8388608 bytes)
Inode-cache hash table entries: 524288 (order: 9, 4194304 bytes)
Sorting __ex_table...
Memory: 8051304K/8149416K available (3911K kernel code, 348K rwdata, 1128K rodata, 208K init, 6707K bss, 98112K reserved)
Hierarchical RCU implementation.
NR_IRQS:255
clocksource: mult[dbab92] shift[24]
clockevent: mult[952b4894] shift[31]
Console: colour dummy device 80x25
console [tty0] enabled
bootconsole [earlyprom0] disabled
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PostPosted: Thu Sep 22, 2016 2:18 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

It is not stuck on ignoring CPU. The number above 64 is just not initialised.

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Console: colour dummy device 80x25
console [tty0] enabled
bootconsole [earlyprom0] disabled


If it doesn't give any more output after that, it probably IS that.
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PostPosted: Sat Sep 24, 2016 2:06 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Yes, it's not stuck on CPU.
But it stops after disbled message
[code]
..................
console [tty0] enabled
bootconsole [earlyprom0] disabled[quote]

Or Is there any way to go TTY0[/quote][/code] enabled?
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PostPosted: Sun Sep 25, 2016 12:02 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

If it doesn't give any more output after that, it probably IS that.[/quote]
......................

It seems to be more. but it stops there without any more messages.
That's my problem.
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PostPosted: Sun Sep 25, 2016 3:37 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Maybe you didn't build a framebuffer driver into the kernel. SPARC is not x86, there's no default VGA console here.
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PostPosted: Sun Sep 25, 2016 6:13 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

This is the first installation into that SPARC using the install STAGE3 from the public site.
I don't use my own kernel.
With that same STAGE3, I installed into another SPARC successfully.
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