Re: VirtualBox / Building gnumach with minimal drivers
"Jens Mühlenhoff", le Tue 24 Aug 2010 12:02:59 +0200, a écrit :
> the boot procedures takes eons (a few minutes).
Yes, it has been reported already, and is most probably a concern in
VirtualBox itself, as qemu/kvm takes just a few seconds.
> I think that one of the built-in drivers of gnumach is the problem here,
I guess you're thinking about the "probing eata" messages, which I added
precisely because VirtualBox takes eons to emulate it. This is
linux/src/drivers/scsi/eata.c: printk("probing eata on %lx\n",
> so I was looking at the source package of gnumach, but couldn't find
> any documentation on how to specify which drives to include (linux
> Linux "make menuconfig").
It's the usual configure --enable/--disable.
€ ./configure --help | grep eata
--enable-eata Linux device driver for SCSI controller EATA
--enable-eata_dma Linux device driver for SCSI controller EATA-DMA
--enable-eata_pio Linux device driver for SCSI controller EATA-PIO