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On 10/13/20 9:20 PM, Thomas Huth wrote:
Am Tue, 13 Oct 2020 09:59:40 +0200
schrieb Nicolas Pomarède <npomarede@xxxxxxxxxxxx>:
Le 13/10/2020 à 09:49, Eero Tamminen a écrit :
yes, maybe just disabling the IDE IO registers might be enough to
things in case --fast-boot is enabled.
I think it's likely the best solution for the next release. It's
the previous behavior with --fast-boot enabled, so this should not
be a regression for anybody, and for people who need more accurate
still can disable fast-boot.
Thomas, do you have time to do it this week?
If he doesn't have time, I think I can have a look myself
The patch itself is rather simple, so I quickly did the modifications
and pushed it. It's the testing that takes time here ... and I only did
some quick testing so far. So Eero, if you have some spare minutes, it
would be great if you could do some additional testing with this patch.
I had my machine running through following
TOS-boot tester configuration combinations
With all TOS, and EmuTOS version. For TOS,
I tested both US & non-US variants, for
EmuTOS I tested only UK one.
This was done with the fast boot options enabled:
All EmuTOS variants passed all tests without
Some TOS combinations failed, which I'll check
closer to see whether I just need to increase
tester timeouts slightly (except for one fail,
all of them were with TOS v3.06 + MMU, none with
TOS v3.00 + MMU).
After that I'll do some runs without fast boot
options (with much reduced set of HW combinations
to keep runtime within 1 day).