[PATCH 6/6] qoriq: add support for WatchGuard Firebox M300
bobafetthotmail at gmail.com
Sat Aug 21 17:06:34 PDT 2021
On 22/08/21 01:15, Stijn Tintel wrote:
> This device is based on NXP's QorIQ T2081QDS board, with a quad-core
> dual-threaded 1.5 GHz ppc64 CPU and 4GB ECC RAM. The board has 5
A few questions about this device hardware:
is there anything in uboot or Linux that shows or even hints at the fact
that ECC is working or enabled? I have also read the official docs from
Watchguard and they say that it is using ECC ram but I'm always
skeptical because that can also just mean they use a ECC DIMM in non-ECC
mode. PC motherboard manufacturers lied many times in the past about
this so I'm curious if there is something more.
Also, both this and the M200 (the "cheaper" version with a T1042 CPU
instead) seem to have socketed DIMM RAM, is it a custom thing with
hardcoded mem size or can it be replaced with a different DIMM module?
Would also be cool if M200 could support ECC RAM but that's something
you probably don't know much about.
Do you think adding the Watchguard M200 would be mostly a copy-paste
job? from what I have seen online it should be more or less the same
board but with a lower end CPU.
I might get one in the near future to do this myself if it's the case.
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