wiki:TBR/BSP/Mvme2600

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Mvme2600

{{Infobox BSP |BSP_name = mvme2600 |Manufacturer = Motorola Computer Group |image = MVME2600_L_219.jpg |Architecture = PowerPC |CPU_model = MPC604 |Simulator = No }}

This is a Motorola VMEBus Board which uses the Motorola Shared BSP.

The MVME2600 series is a family of VMEbus processor modules based on the Motorola PowerPlus? VME architecture with PowerPC architecture-compatible microprocessors. The flexibility of the MVME2600 provides an excellent base platform that can be quickly and easily customized for a variety of industry-specific applications. Designed to meet the needs of military and aerospace, industrial automation, and medical imaging market segments, the MVME2600 applies to a variety of applications. DRAM expansion mezzanines enable memory upgrades to the maximum 512MB of ECC DRAM without requiring additional VME slots. Main Features

  • MPC60x class of microprocessors
  • 16KB/16KB or 32KB/32KB L1 cache
  • 256KB L2 cache
  • Up to 512MB ECC DRAM on-board memory
  • XXX MB on-board Flash, 1MB socketed
  • 64-bit PCI mezzanine connector
  • On-board debug monitor with self-test diagnostics
  • IEEE P1386.1 compatible 32/64-bit PMC expansion slot
  • Two or three async, one or two sync/async serial ports
  • Ethernet transceiver interface with 32-bit PCI local bus DMA
  • 8- or 16-bit Fast SCSI-2 bus interface
  • Parallel, floppy, keyboard, and mouse interfaces
  • 8KB x 8 NVRAM and time-of-day clock with replaceable battery backup
  • Four 32-bit timers, one watchdog timer

See the thread started here http://www.rtems.com/ml/rtems-users/2005/september/msg00157.html for some discussion of this board.

Test Reports

description of success/failure include tool versions particularly gcc.

      VERSION: rtems-4.6.2
        TOOLS: rtems-4.6-powerpc-rtems-gcc-gcc3.2.3newlib1.11.0-4.i386.rpm

Working Demos: hello_world_c
               psx_sched_report

 Failed Demos: netdemo (seg fault)