[BUG] Devices of uclass BLK are not listed on x86

Simon Glass sjg at chromium.org
Sat Mar 18 21:20:17 CET 2023

Hi Detlev,

On Fri, 17 Mar 2023 at 15:30, Detlev Casanova
<detlev.casanova at collabora.com> wrote:
> Hello,
> We have been having an issue with IDE and SCSI drives not being usable on the
> x86 architecture.
> After bisecting, it looks like commit f2ebaaa9f38dddddefaf2e616a9fc489fe8b4021
> (pci: Handle failed calloc in decode_regions()) is the culprit.
> Indeed, it was working when decode_regions() was not returning an error. But
> now that it does, no blk devices get registered anymore.
> The decode_regions() function fails because it calls "ofnode_get_property",
> which fails on systems that do not use a device tree
> Would it make sense to remove calls to anything related to device trees for
> the x86 platform ?

Actually, devicetree is widely used in U-Boot for x86. It includes FSP
parameters, info for generation of ACPI tables, etc.

What board are you using? Is U-Boot running bare-metal or from a
previous bootloader?



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