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<catern> anyone know any attempts (perhaps very academic, and maybe crossing over into PL) to get the benefits of memory overcommit (increased resource utilization) without the drawbacks (spontaneous failure)?
<gog> i'm clicking through a bunch of stuff with no trouble at all. curious
<gog> catern: afaik it's a tradeoff and you can't really have both. unless you keep a reserve of pages for privileged tasks or something
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<scaramanga> catern, another way to look at it is that the development of overcommit itself is the process of acheiving tht by improving replacement algorithms, policy mechanisms, etc..
<scaramanga> when you implment overcommit you aren't trying to have the downsides, you're trying to minimize them as far as you can :)
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<klange> one of my USB hubs is now crashing very often, and it has external power so I have to plug two cables to get it to reset... time to get a new hub, I guess
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<klys> just recently bought two of https://www.ebay.com/itm/324198690846 to replace https://www.ebay.com/itm/234366112503 haven't plugged it in yet tho
<bslsk05> ​www.ebay.com: 7-Port USB 2.0 Multi Charger Hub +High Speed Adapter ON/OFF Switch Laptop/P S FS | eBay
<zid> I have a set of usb slots in my desktop on a pci-e card because I needed the chipset so thankfully I have more than I'm using
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<klange> I have two "PCIe" video capture boards that are actually USB3 and they have onboard hubs that report 2 ports but only one is in use for the vid chip.
<klange> I wonder if they have any pins for the second port...
<klange> The hub that keeps crashing is a VIA VL812 packaged up by Elecom.
<geist> ah so the capture cards are basically an xhci controller with a usb thing paired with it?
<klange> yep, they work great so I can't complain about the mechanism
<zid> yea the via vl is the controller I bought the pci-e card for :P
<zid> 6216L or something though
<zid> 6212L
<zid> My pci-e capture card I've never actually looked at in lspci or anything, that might be interesting at some point
<klange> Mine are Renesas uPD720202's on the PCIe side.
<klange> Which is the same chipset in the ExpressCard card I have for my ThinkPad.
<klange> Which I only know because it's in my lspci list at all. https://github.com/klange/toaruos/blob/master/apps/lspci.c#L85
<bslsk05> ​github.com: toaruos/lspci.c at master · klange/toaruos · GitHub
<zid> hmm hwinfo n owhere near as cool as lspci
<zid> but it looks like it has a single 32kB bar and a single irq
<geist> honeslty the more uber the pci device the less bars and whatnot it has
<geist> 4k and done.
<zid> I guess it mostly works in reverse via dma
<zid> via a huge set of regs
<geist> need a register to set the base pointer for some memory stuff, and probably a kick register to tell it to do something and everything else is memory
<geist> huh didn't know about hwinfo
<geist> kinda neat at least. a reasonable way to get a snapshot of a system in one command at least
<zid> I happen to know this thing has an fpga on it, idk if the driver or the card has the bitstream though
<geist> might be difficult to load bitstream on it after the fact since that might make it reappear as something different on PCI
<geist> i remember having a pci based fpga a while back and there was some shenanigans to let you reprogram it dynamically
<zid> I don't think the fpga does the talking
<zid> I think it does the signal processing
<geist> since it might upset the host
<geist> ah makes sense
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<geist> cool. added logic to allocate busses for bridges as they are seen
<geist> still haven't allocated memory ranges, but that comes next
<bslsk05> ​IRCCloud pastebin | Raw link: https://irccloud.com/pastebin/raw/Z4MKsHe5
<geist> I have this artificially complicated pci bus with lots of bridges and whatnot (and even a second root at 0x40 that i dont see here) that it's trying to set up
<geist> this is on qemu arm, so none of the devices have been configured by firmware. but since you can't see anything downstream of a bridge until you assign it a valid address i had to add the logic to appropriately do that
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<geist> the complexity comes from drilling down and assigning the subordinate busses as you recurse more than one level
<geist> so i set it such that every time a new bridge is found and it assigns a new bus number, it recurses up the bridge tree and bumps each of their subordinate bridge counts out
<geist> that way its always properly decoding all the way down
<geist> not that complicated, but had to restructure the code to do it
<kazinsal> nested PCI buses are a thing I haven't really touched much but seems to be a thing that can be somewhat common on real hardware
<geist> yah ryzen machines in particular seem to like them
<kazinsal> especially when you have bizarre PCIe cards in that have inherent PCI and ISA converters in them
<geist> where i see it in ryzen is there's always a root port that the chipset is sitting on and then then chipset is another bridge with a bunch of additional pcie ports on it, etc
<kazinsal> there's a 16x UART card from StarTech that seems to have two PCI bus bridges and four ISA bus bridges in them with a "local bus bridge" of unspecified technical provenance in the middle
<geist> intel stuff tends to be a bit flatter
<geist> but now i fully grok secondary and subordinate bridges and whatnot. found the pci bridge spec and it's pretty straightforward
<geist> pcie in particular likes to have lots of extraneous bridges with a single device in the 0 slot on the other side. basically represents the point to point connection
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<geist> i think the idea is the bridge itself may have capabilities and whatnot that let you configure it, and that pcie devices aren't really on a shared bus, so they dont coexist technically with peers
<geist> whereas a classic pci device is literally a shared bus in the classic sense
<geist> oh huh. interesting. FWIW the geforce card in my ryzen is truly mapped > 4GB
<geist> or at least has 288MB of prefetchable memory at 0x7fe0000000
<geist> there's a 16MB aperture at 0xfb000000. presumably for legacy framebuffer purposes
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<geist> eep!
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<gog`> does firmware set that up where the geforce's ram is memory mapped or does the driver do that at boot
<gog`> i'm sure it does for the legacy framebuffer
<kazinsal> on my 1080Ti at least the GPU option rom seems to set up where the BARs are
<geist> yah i bet it's this way out of the bios
<gog`> i wonder if it expects 64-bit then if it's mapping them above 4GiB
<geist> the 16MB <4GB is almost certainly for legacy framebuffer stuff
<gog`> it seems reasonable if the card itself has at least 4GiB which the latest ones do
<kazinsal> at a fresh boot before OS reconfig BAR0 is the nvidia stuff, BAR1 is the framebuffer aperture, BAR2-3 are something I don't know about, and BAR4 is an I/O space for the legacy VGA ports
<geist> yah that being said i dont know what the large aperture is really used for, since i think most of the time moving resrouces around the GPU is mostly GPU initiated
<gog`> otherwise there must be some GART trickery if 32-bit
<kazinsal> yeah. I'm not sure about the big aperture stuff either
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<bslsk05> ​IRCCloud pastebin | Raw link: https://irccloud.com/pastebin/raw/lNHT6VRC
<kazinsal> I have limited graphics programming experience but that which I do have is basically just shaders operating on stuff in shader memory or otherwise calling back to the CPU to say "hey dickhead I need to know what's at XYZ address"
<geist> oh huh that's interesting: i thought 64bit bars were always even/odd pairs
<geist> i coded my logic accordingly. guess i need to redo that
<geist> when i was re-reading the bridge spec there is some wonkiness i didn't realize
<gog`> i love the idea of a gpu referring to a cpu as "dickhead"
<geist> bridges can only decode 64bit values as prefetchables
<geist> in the config for the bridge ranges, regular mmio and io are max 32bit base/length
<geist> but prefetchable range can be 64bit. so i think that means (unless there's some capability or whatnot that i dont know about) stuff > 4GB is *always* prefetchable
<geist> so it seems to generally limit its utility to being just more PCI space
<geist> regular bars for regular stuff that's not prefetchable by definition are 32bit
<geist> but prefetchables can be of course <4GB, just not the other way around
<geist> also explains why even in configurations like the arm64 virt machine where there's zero backwards compatibility, they still have to have a <4GB pci region and a >4GB one
<kazinsal> gog`: my descriptions of machine internals should not be taken as gospel as I have had uh, many liquors
<gog`> "i am the liquor"
<kazinsal> ha
<kazinsal> RIP john dunsworth
<gog`> i haven't had any intoxicants in nearly 2 weeks
<geist> coo coo ca-choo
<gog`> starting to feel twitchy
<kazinsal> condolences
<geist> yah been cutting back to at most one drink/day
<kazinsal> get yourself some cannabis, girl
<gog`> having a procedure soon and i need to go under general for it. gotta avoid it so i don't wake up during
<gog`> becauses YIL that cannabis affects that
<kazinsal> I've more or less made my limit 250 calories below my daily expenditure
<gog`> makes propofol less effective
<kazinsal> oh dang, hope all is well
<gog`> it's an elective procedure
<gog`> nothing major
<kazinsal> *hugs* best wishes to you then
<gog`> :D thanks
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<geist> huh interesting, didn't know cannabis interacts with stuff like that
<geist> not surprising at least, but interesting that that's a possibility
<gog`> yeah i didn't either until yesterday
<gog`> was talking about the upcoming thing and somebody's like "don't smoke weed a few weeks before"
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<geist> huh!
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<SikkiLadho> I'm trying to create bare metal hypervisor on rpi4. We have to clear some fields set by firmware to the device tree blob. Since we are at in a bare metal environment, we cannot use libfdt as it is shared library. How can one remove some fields from the DTB? We only have the dtb address. Can we traverse it without the shared library?
<geist> you can do it manually, sure
<geist> it's not that complicated. though you should also be able to statically link in libftd. it's pretty easy to link
<geist> has basically no external dependencies last i checked
<geist> and has a very permissive license
<klange> I have managed to get to userspace and reached ld.so's main()...
<kazinsal> :toot:
<klange> It gets to a call to getenv() that is yielding a null pointer dereference presumably because I've messed up something around how I'm passing envp in, but it does get past several instructions and calls to get to main() in the first place, so that's good
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<geist> oh woot. this is on arm64 i guess?
<klange> yes
<geist> oooh looks like HVF is in mainlie qemu v6.2.0 now
<geist> just synced and ran configure on the m1 mac and it shows up as supported
<kazinsal> ooh
<geist> building now
<kazinsal> haven't fiddled with hardware virtualization on my laptop but I should at some point
<geist> 143 seconds to do a full compelte qemu build. not bad
<kazinsal> I should do a comparison of my OS build with the 8x SB-E build vs. the
<geist> heh, lk does not boot at all on this. looks like it immediately traps :)
<kazinsal> 4+4 M1 on my laptop
<geist> not surprising. M1 is a bit wonky as a core
<geist> had to fix a few bugs and assumptions in zircon to get it to run
<j`ey> but qemu virt should be the same?
<geist> oh yeah i remember what it is. i had to fix this in zirco
<geist> the LK start.S code uses 64K pages to set up a temporary trampoline page table
<geist> and M1 only supports 4k and 16k pages
<geist> so basically doesn't make it out of start.S
<j`ey> ah
<geist> far as i know the M1 is the only arm core that doesn't support 64K pages, but that's a perfectly valid architectural combination, just strange
<j`ey> you can still get 1G with 4k pages, should be enough?
<j`ey> for a temporary table
<geist> yep
<kazinsal> yeah, just an efficiency issue
<geist> just had to fiddle with the logic a bit. it's actually not that it was using 64K pages, it was using one of the L2 large pages with 64K
<geist> or soemthing
<geist> i didn't write that particular piece of code so i had forgotten it was using 64k pages
<geist> anyway, will fix tomorrow. but there ya go, if yo have an M1 mac, check out qemu v6.2.0, grab the requisite libs it needs from macports or whatnot and seems to work
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<klange> I think that's a good place to wrap things up. https://gist.github.com/klange/2f5b20b0dacef3d8874e30346c479ac0
<bslsk05> ​gist.github.com: gist:2f5b20b0dacef3d8874e30346c479ac0 · GitHub
<j`ey> nice
<klange> Have most of the basic memory management, a quick-and-dirty syscall binding to SVC, had to fix some libc stuff here and there, but it's getting pretty far
<klange> will add the relocations in the morning, see if we can get /bin/init to actually start, and then once it tries to fork I'll work on task switching and getting a timer to produce an interrupt somewhere
<klange> maybe with some luck we'll have a GUI up by Monday
<j`ey> i checked on github earlier, are you going to push the code to a branch?
<klange> not until it's sufficiently ready, and I'll probably squash it
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<geist> klange: hmm, you were reading from the fw_cfg interface. i never looked into it, what does it look like on ARM?
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<clever> geist: ive looked into it, and there is no way to dynamically add a fw_cfg "device" to a vm, so you must pick a machine type that already has it (or modify the machine type in src), its not like a lot of other plug&play type virtual devices
<geist> yah ij ust didnt know that qemu arm virt machine had it
<clever> in my case, i wanted fw_cfg ontop of the rpi machine
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<SikkiLadho> I'm trying to statically link libfdt with my bare metal project. I first compile libfdt as libfdt.a and then link it with my binary. However, I get errors like, "libfdt/libfdt.a(fdt.o): in function `_fdt_find_string':
<SikkiLadho> fdt.c:(.text+0x5fc): undefined reference to `strlen'"
<kingoffrance> that...seems normal? strlen() should be simple to write
<SikkiLadho> I have prepared this Makefile to build static library out of libfdt: https://github.com/SikkiLadho/Leo/blob/main/Makefile
<bslsk05> ​github.com: Leo/Makefile at main · SikkiLadho/Leo · GitHub
<kingoffrance> bare metal means no libc, no?
<zid> you need to supply it a strlen, seems simple enough to me?
<gog> you can have a freestanding libc that lacks some facilities
<zid> gcc kernel.o libfdt.a string.o -o kernel.elf or whatever
<SikkiLadho> I didn't knew that, I will write strlen(). I thought libfdt was a standalone library.
<zid> strlen is part of C, it's written in C
<zid> so ergo strlen should be available if the environment is conformant
<SikkiLadho> yes but how can I supply libc at baremetal?
<zid> >gcc kernel.o libfdt.a string.o -o kernel.elf or whatever
<zid> write one, or steal one
<kingoffrance> write a crappy one, and then doug16k will show up with an optimized one
<zid> link order is left to right, things missing symbols go ---> that way to look for missing stuff
<zid> you just need *some* strlen implementation to the right of it
<SikkiLadho> libfdt is a shared library, it has  --version-script, which I don't use as I'm trying to build it as a static library. Cannot use shared library at baremetal. strlen is only one problem, I have other refernece errors like "memmove" when I use more functions from libfdt
<zid> which is also part of C
<kingoffrance> yeah, but that doesnt sound bad either. i mean, depends on functions. memmove also easy
<zid> strlen and memmove take all of 20 seconds to write, and your kernel will almost certainly need them too at some point
<SikkiLadho> Okay, I will try to write them all and then compile to see if there's any problem. Thank you everyone.
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<kingoffrance> gcc manpage "a freestanding environment is one in which the standard library may not exist, and program startup not necessarily at main()" they dont really say
<kingoffrance> hosted: standard library is available, and main() returns int
<geist> ah sorry SikkiLadho
<geist> it's *mostly* standalone
<geist> i think it only depends on a tiny bit of libc
<geist> but i remember it being not much. maybe memcpy/memset too
<geist> but those are easy to write/steal
<gog> gcc's source has public-domain implementations
<gog> just lift them from there
<kingoffrance> protip: when someone says "c" it is like "god" in the sense, you must play 20 questions to see what they actually mean
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<moon-child> indeed
<gog> C is more of a feeling than a standard
<moon-child> it's kind of an essential conflict. Going back to ritchie's disapproval of the standardised version of c
<moon-child> spec itself even specifies two different cs (hosted and freestanding)
<gog> freestanding gang rise up
<zid> you people have libcs? smh
<gog> i have a library and it's written in c for c
<gog> it's a libc
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<klange> https://klange.dev/s/Screenshot%20from%202022-01-29%2007-56-03.png [pay no attention to the missing symbols]
<zid> That your army warmy?
<zid> yea cool
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<klange> Just needs some task switching and I think it might actually run the startup process.
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<kazinsal> Nice!
<kingoffrance> what are the squares? does that show layout like ancient defrag?
<klange> The new logo adopted in 2.0.
<kingoffrance> twice the power of unnamed person's triangles
<kingoffrance> it was next to relocating, i had to ask :D
<klange> (and much like the old logo, it's just straight up copped from the namesake series' third season logo https://www.bs11.jp/anime/img/%E3%81%A8%E3%81%82%E3%82%8B_HP.gif)
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