Question about Fiasco.OC support for SPARC
adam at os.inf.tu-dresden.de
Thu May 12 00:31:20 CEST 2016
On Tue May 10, 2016 at 14:26:55 +0800, deng.chao1 at zte.com.cn wrote:
> I found that the snapshot-2014092821 had already included SPARC-leon support as experimental choice, if I configure "INCLUDE-SPARC=y" to Fiasco kernel, the kernel image can been just built out. But in the snapshot-2015123115, the SPARC experimental choice was been get rid of from Kconfig of Fiasco kernel.
For me it's still there (with INCLUDE_SPARC).
> I guess the development of SPARC support for Fiasco.OC may have reached a high level, but not finished yet by some reasons. So there maybe has a been-done list and a to-do list to recode the progress of the developement like: "MMU is OK","Interrupt/Exception is to do" ... .
I'm afraid there's no such list.
> I need to evaluate workload to complete the rest part for running Fiasco.OC on SPARC-leon3. Would you give me some suggestions? Or is there somebody else knows this in more detail?
I'd estimate for someone knowing Sparc in this low-level area this is
fair amount of work, maybe 3 month? But probably also depends on the
workload that should be run.
Adam adam at os.inf.tu-dresden.de
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