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QNX on PandaBoard and kernel dump and high temperature

Postby McDracullo » Wed Jul 03, 2013 7:36 pm

Hello,

I have to run QNX 6.5.0 on PandaBoard ES (OMAP 4460). I have two problems to solve.
First one: when I'm using this BSP and this manual a PandaBoard starts work and OS runs without any problems. After 3 minutes temperature is over limits and Panda has turned off.
Second: when I'm using the same BSP to building my system with QNX Momentics, process of building is fully successful. After transfer of image to the SD card, PandaBoard runs but starting a system is ending by kernel dumps:
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Shutdown[0,0] S/C/F=11/1/11 C/D=fe02969c/fe0aa000 state(c00)= now lock
QNX Version 6.5.0 Release 2010/07/09-14:27:56EDT
[0]PID-TID=1-12? P/T FL=00019001/05020000 "proc/boot/procnto-smp-instr"
[0]ASPACE PID=2 PF=00008012
[1]PID-TID=1-2? P/T FL=00019001/09000000 "proc/boot/procnto-smp-instr"
[1]ASPACE PID=2 PF=00008012
armle context[effeaf54]:
0000: 8ffb0000 ffff2048 fffff000 00000181 effb3bf8 00000000 01000000 fc004000
0020: fc004000 01072fff 00000008 effdf47c fe0a7840 effeaf98 fe054334 fe04e498
0040: 60000113
instruction[fe04e498]:
05 30 98 e7 1c 20 94 e5 11 00 12 e3 00 70 94 15 18 00 9d 15 07 70 80 11 0c 00
stack[effeaf98]:
0000: effeafbc e08b8000 00000000 efffc010 fffff000 003fffff 00000e6e 8ffb0000
0020: 00000000 00000007 00000040 effb3bf8 fe0a7840 01000000 00000112 efff0090
0040: 00000073 000000a0 effc76d0 fe0520b4 effb3bf8 fe052440 efffc010 fe07b8b8
0060: efffc010 fe057efc 00001000 effed830 effed830 effed830 effed830 44515094


I have found tips in documentation and Google and I found this articles: http://www.qnx.com/developers/docs/6.3. ... _dump.html
but I don't have these files:
/usr/include/signal.h
/usr/include/sys/siginfo.h
/usr/include/sys/fault.h
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