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Re: [PATCH 0/5] [ppc32] update vtop



Toshi,

Your updates for the PPC vtop command are queued for crash-6.0.5.

Thanks,
  Dave

----- Original Message -----
> 
> 
> ----- Original Message -----
> > This patch update ppc32 vtop.
> >  - Translate kvaddr for fsl-booke by using TLBCAM setting
> >  - Remove PMD from display because virtual address bit is not assigned
> >  - Fixup displayed PHYSICAL values of fsl-booke PTE format
> >  - Fixup bug for page flags setup which I made previous patch
> > 
> > Updated command images are below.
> > 
> > - kvaddr can be translated by using TLBCAM
> > 
> > crash> sym powerpc_base_platform
> > c0913024 (S) powerpc_base_platform
> > crash> vtop c0913024
> > VIRTUAL   PHYSICAL
> > c0913024  913024
> > 
> > PAGE DIRECTORY: c08d1000
> >   PGD: c08d2810 => 0
> > 
> >   TLBCAM[0]: MAS0     MAS1     MAS2     MAS3     MAS7
> >              10000001 c0000900 c0000004 15       0
> >              VIRTUAL RANGE : c0000000 - cfffffff
> >              PHYSICAL RANGE: 0 - fffffff
> >   => VIRTUAL  PHYSICAL TLBCAM-OFFSET
> >      c0913024 913024   9515044
> > 
> >   PAGE     PHYSICAL   MAPPING    INDEX CNT FLAGS
> > d0012260     913000         0         0  1 400
> > 
> > Next,
> > - vtop won't display PMD
> > - physical address is not equal to PTE
> > - FLAGS can be handled well
> > 
> > crash> vtop -c 4145 10000000
> > VIRTUAL   PHYSICAL
> > 10000000  ef448000
> > 
> > PAGE DIRECTORY: e85c4000
> >   PGD: e85c4200 => e873c000
> >   PTE: e873c000 => ef44824020d
> >  PAGE: ef448000
> > 
> >     PTE      PHYSICAL  FLAGS
> > ef44824020d  ef448000  (PRESENT|USER|COHERENT|ACCESSED)
> > 
> >   VMA       START      END    FLAGS  FILE
> > ea1d3960  10000000  10af9000 8001875  /tmp/toshi/crash

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