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Date: 2018-05-04 18:17:21
From: nullnilaki
Description: NetBSD 7.1 with custom bootloder on Indigo R4000
>> boot -f bootp()
Obtaining /tftpboot/aoutboot from server
46368+4864+1832 entry: 0x88002000
devopen: scsi(0)disk(1)rdisk(0)partition(0) type scsi file netbsd
4478512+132784 [251008+248699]=0x4e0360
phys segment: 0xd000 @ 0x8002000
adding 0xd000 @ 0x8002000 to freelist 0
phys segment: 0x731000 @ 0x800f000
adding 0x59000 @ 0x800f000 to freelist 0
adding 0x1ff000 @ 0x8541000 to freelist 0
phys segment: 0x7800000 @ 0x8800000
adding 0x7800000 @ 0x8800000 to freelist 0
pmap_steal_memory: seg 0: 0x8002 0x8002 0x800f 0x800f
pmap_steal_memory: seg 0: too small for 41 pages
pmap_steal_memory: seg 1: 0x800f 0x800f 0x8068 0x8068
pmap_steal_memory: seg 0: 0x8002 0x8002 0x800f 0x800f
pmap_steal_memory: seg 0: 0x8004 0x8004 0x800f 0x800f
pmap_steal_memory: seg 0: too small for 600 pages
pmap_steal_memory: seg 1: 0x8038 0x8038 0x8068 0x8068
pmap_steal_memory: seg 1: too small for 600 pages
pmap_steal_memory: seg 2: 0x8541 0x8541 0x8740 0x8740
pmap_steal_memory: seg 2: too small for 600 pages
pmap_steal_memory: seg 3: 0x8800 0x8800 0xfffe 0xfffe
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NetBSD 7.1 (GENERIC32_IP2x) #4: Mon Apr 30 14:51:47 UTC 2018
total memory = 128 MB
(768 KB reserved for ARCS)
avail memory = 119 MB
mainbus0 (root): SGI-IP20 [SGI, 69063ecf], 1 processor
cpu0 at mainbus0: MIPS R4000 CPU (0x422) Rev. 2.2 with MIPS R4010 FPC Rev. 0.0
cpu0: 48 TLB entries, 16MB max page size
cpu0: 8KB/16B direct-mapped L1 instruction cache
cpu0: 8KB/16B direct-mapped write-back L1 data cache
cpu0: 1024KB/128B direct-mapped write-back L2 unified cache
int0 at mainbus0 addr 0x1fb801c0
int0: bus 50MHz, CPU 100MHz
imc0 at mainbus0 addr 0x1fa00000: revision 3
gio0 at imc0
light0 at gio0: SGI LG2 (board revision 3)
wsdisplay0 at light0 kbdmux 1
hpc0 at gio0: SGI HPC1.5 (onboard)
zsc0 at hpc0 offset 0xd10
zstty0 at zsc0 channel 1 (console i/o)
zstty1 at zsc0 channel 0
zsc1 at hpc0 offset 0xd00
zsms0 at zsc1 channel 1: baud rate 4800
wsmouse0 at zsms0 mux 0
zskbd0 at zsc1 channel 0: baud rate 600
wskbd0 at zskbd0 mux 1
sq0 at hpc0 offset 0x100: SGI Seeq 80c03
sq0: Ethernet address xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx
wdsc0 at hpc0 offset 0x11f: WD33C93B (20.0 MHz clock, BURST DMA, SCSI ID 0)
wdsc0: microcode revision 0x0d, Fast SCSI
scsibus0 at wdsc0: 8 targets, 8 luns per target
dpclock0 at mainbus0 addr 0x1fb80e00
scsibus0: waiting 2 seconds for devices to settle...
sd0 at scsibus0 target 1 lun 0: <DEC, RZ26     (C) DEC, 392A> disk fixed
sd0: 1001 MB, 2570 cyl, 14 head, 57 sec, 512 bytes/sect x 2050860 sectors
sd0: sync (100.00ns offset 12), 8-bit (10.000MB/s) transfers, tagged queueing
boot device: sd0
root on sd0a dumps on sd0b
root file system type: ffs
pid 1(init): ABI set to O32 (e_flags=0x1007)
Enter pathname of shell or RETURN for /bin/sh: 
Terminal type is vt100.                                                 
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