On 2011-09-12 13:24, David Marlin wrote:
I'm glad you were able to find the problem. This kernel probably
the patch to handle the persistent MAC address. It does, however, have
support for Flattened Device Tree, and a patch to read a MAC address
from the device tree, which could be used to make the MAC address
Great! I'll give the FDT a try next.
> It's time for another round of bonnie++
I have resync'd the xpfa yum repo for f13 and verified
kernel-omap-184.108.40.206-2.02.fc13.armv7l.rpm is there. I updated the panda
to 220.127.116.11-2.02 and it boots and runs without issue.
This version includes Mark Salter's patch, so you'll want it before
doing the USB storage performance testing.
The bonnie++ results were mixed. Sequential reads showed a bit of a
boost, but writes and random seeks took a huge hit. I published the
numbers on my blog:
Thanks for building the kernel!