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Date:	Sun, 12 Oct 2014 13:42:21 -0400
From:	Peter Hurley <>
To:	Udo van den Heuvel <>,
	"" <>
Subject: Re: CRASH during boot 3.16.3+

On 10/12/2014 09:57 AM, Udo van den Heuvel wrote:
> Hello,
> 3.16.2 boots and works fine.
> Kernels 3.16.3 and newer crash very early during boot. (did not yet try
> 3.17)
> The problem:
> During the first few seconds of bootup the kernel gets into some sort of
> loop and rapidly prints loads of register-like things and then a load of
> rubbish.
> I did `make clean` and then a rebuild etc but this did not help.
> How can I capture the logging to find the point where things go wrong?
> How can I find out what is wrong?

Start with git bisect between good=3.16.2 and bad=3.16.3.
And dmesg from 3.16.2.

What happens after the 'then a load of rubbish.'? And rubbish is not
very descriptive. Please include a sample, if you can't catch all the
console prints.

Peter Hurley

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