Re: Getting ACRN to work
Dubravko Moravski | Exor Embedded S.r.l. <dubravko.moravski@...>
You were right again, I don't know how it happened but my MAX_PCPU_NUM was set to 3, while there are 4 CPUs.
MADT and DMAR tables seem to be correct.
I'm using acrn.efi, RELOC is enabled.
Now the hypervisor seems to be almost working... The initialization seems to complete fine, then I'm getting a huge number of printouts like these:
They continue indefinitely. As far as I can tell, there are no errors (unless these indicate some errors), but also nothing else happens, just these printouts.
RELEASE=1 build doesn't display the above printouts, but also nothing seems to happen.
I think I might not have configured loading of the next stage (Linux loader) correctly, so it's possible that ACRN just doesn't have anything to do. The tutorials aren't quite clear regarding doing that, for new custom boards. Though if that's the problem, I would expect at least some warning message to be displayed. I'll check that first anyway.
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Subject: Re: [acrn-users] Getting ACRN to work
Did you boot ACRN from acrn.efi (UEFI) or acrn.bin (SBL), or acrn.32.out (Grub)? RELOC is enabled for acrn.efi, but not
For the init_percpu_lapic_init() issue, it's highly possibly that the user defined MAX_PCPU_NUM is less than the physical
CPU number from ACPI table.
Other than that, probably you need to debug the parse_madt() and see if it can't find MADT table or corrupted MADT so that
it finds 0 pcpus.
BTW, you can pull this PR to your code which may help your bring-up since it enables early panic() and other pr_err()