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authorDavid S. Miller <davem@davemloft.net>2005-10-12 12:22:46 -0700
committerDavid S. Miller <davem@davemloft.net>2005-10-12 12:22:46 -0700
commitc9c10830740df1b5e7848d6fbb68c93a73e8f7cd (patch)
treeb614058c3291ebccb996b27cee9b709956df7791 /arch/sparc64/kernel/dtlb_base.S
parentd8e998c58a870770905495a1d45ebf7285b5b1c5 (diff)
[SPARC64]: Fix boot failures on SunBlade-150
The sequence to move over to the Linux trap tables from the firmware ones needs to be more air tight. It turns out that to be %100 safe we do need to be able to translate OBP mappings in our TLB miss handlers early. In order not to eat up a lot of kernel image memory with static page tables, just use the translations array in the OBP TLB miss handlers. That solves the bulk of the problem. Furthermore, to make sure the OBP TLB miss path will work even before the fixed MMU globals are loaded, explicitly load %g1 to TLB_SFSR at the beginning of the i-TLB and d-TLB miss handlers. To ease the OBP TLB miss walking of the prom_trans[] array, we sort it then delete all of the non-OBP entries in there (for example, there are entries for the kernel image itself which we're not interested in at all). We also save about 32K of kernel image size with this change. Not a bad side effect :-) There are still some reasons why trampoline.S can't use the setup_trap_table() yet. The most noteworthy are: 1) OBP boots secondary processors with non-bias'd stack for some reason. This is easily fixed by using a small bootup stack in the kernel image explicitly for this purpose. 2) Doing a firmware call via the normal C call prom_set_trap_table() goes through the whole OBP enter/exit sequence that saves and restores OBP and Linux kernel state in the MMUs. This path unfortunately does a "flush %g6" while loading up the OBP locked TLB entries for the firmware call. If we setup the %g6 in the trampoline.S code properly, that is in the PAGE_OFFSET linear mapping, but we're not on the kernel trap table yet so those addresses won't translate properly. One idea is to do a by-hand firmware call like we do in the early bootup code and elsewhere here in trampoline.S But this fails as well, as aparently the secondary processors are not booted with OBP's special locked TLB entries loaded. These are necessary for the firwmare to processes TLB misses correctly up until the point where we take over the trap table. This does need to be resolved at some point. Signed-off-by: David S. Miller <davem@davemloft.net>
Diffstat (limited to 'arch/sparc64/kernel/dtlb_base.S')
1 files changed, 5 insertions, 9 deletions
diff --git a/arch/sparc64/kernel/dtlb_base.S b/arch/sparc64/kernel/dtlb_base.S
index 702d349c1e8..6528786840c 100644
--- a/arch/sparc64/kernel/dtlb_base.S
+++ b/arch/sparc64/kernel/dtlb_base.S
@@ -53,19 +53,18 @@
* be guaranteed to be 0 ... mmu_context.h does guarantee this
* by only using 10 bits in the hwcontext value.
-#define CREATE_VPTE_OFFSET1(r1, r2)
+#define CREATE_VPTE_OFFSET1(r1, r2) nop
#define CREATE_VPTE_OFFSET2(r1, r2) \
srax r1, 10, r2
-#define CREATE_VPTE_NOP nop
#define CREATE_VPTE_OFFSET1(r1, r2) \
srax r1, PAGE_SHIFT, r2
#define CREATE_VPTE_OFFSET2(r1, r2) \
sllx r2, 3, r2
/* DTLB ** ICACHE line 1: Quick user TLB misses */
+ mov TLB_SFSR, %g1
ldxa [%g1 + %g1] ASI_DMMU, %g4 ! Get TAG_ACCESS
andcc %g4, TAG_CONTEXT_BITS, %g0 ! From Nucleus?
@@ -74,18 +73,16 @@ from_tl1_trap:
be,pn %xcc, kvmap ! Yep, special processing
CREATE_VPTE_OFFSET2(%g4, %g6) ! Create VPTE offset
cmp %g5, 4 ! Last trap level?
- be,pn %xcc, longpath ! Yep, cannot risk VPTE miss
- nop ! delay slot
/* DTLB ** ICACHE line 2: User finish + quick kernel TLB misses */
+ be,pn %xcc, longpath ! Yep, cannot risk VPTE miss
+ nop ! delay slot
ldxa [%g3 + %g6] ASI_S, %g5 ! Load VPTE
1: brgez,pn %g5, longpath ! Invalid, branch out
nop ! Delay-slot
9: stxa %g5, [%g0] ASI_DTLB_DATA_IN ! Reload TLB
retry ! Trap return
- nop
- nop
/* DTLB ** ICACHE line 3: winfixups+real_faults */
@@ -106,8 +103,7 @@ longpath:
+ nop