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84><A
85NAME="COMMON-COMMANDS"
86>Common Commands</A
87></H1
88><P
89>The general format of commands is:    <TABLE
90BORDER="5"
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93><TR
94><TD
95><PRE
96CLASS="PROGRAMLISTING"
97>command &lt;options, parameters&#62;</PRE
98></TD
99></TR
100></TABLE
101>Elements are separated by the space character. Other control
102characters, such as <SPAN
103CLASS="GUIBUTTON"
104>Tab</SPAN
105> or editing keys (<SPAN
106CLASS="GUIBUTTON"
107>Insert</SPAN
108>) are not currently supported. </P
109><P
110>Numbers, such as a memory location, may be specified in either decimal
111or hexadecimal (requires a 0x prefix). </P
112><P
113>Commands may be abbreviated to any unique string. For example,
114<B
115CLASS="COMMAND"
116>lo</B
117> is equivalent to <B
118CLASS="COMMAND"
119>loa</B
120>
121and <B
122CLASS="COMMAND"
123>load</B
124>. </P
125><DIV
126CLASS="SECT2"
127><H2
128CLASS="SECT2"
129><A
130NAME="AEN417"
131>Connectivity</A
132></H2
133><P
134><P
135></P
136><DIV
137CLASS="VARIABLELIST"
138><DL
139><DT
140>dns [IP]</DT
141><DD
142><P
143>This command is used to show/change the IP address used for DNS
144lookups. If an IP address of 0.0.0.0 is entered, DNS lookups are
145disabled.</P
146></DD
147></DL
148></DIV
149>     
150
151<P
152></P
153><DIV
154CLASS="VARIABLELIST"
155><DL
156><DT
157>ip_address [-l &lt;local_ip_address&#62;] [-h &lt;server_address&#62;]</DT
158><DD
159><P
160>This command is used to show/change the basic IP addresses used by RedBoot.
161The -l option is used to set the IP address used by the target device.
162The -h option is used to set the default server address, such as is used by the
163<CODE
164CLASS="FUNCTION"
165>load</CODE
166> command.</P
167></DD
168></DL
169></DIV
170>
171
172<P
173></P
174><DIV
175CLASS="VARIABLELIST"
176><DL
177><DT
178>ping - Check network connectivity ping</DT
179><DD
180><P
181><CODE
182CLASS="FUNCTION"
183>ping [-v] [-n &lt;count&#62;] [-l &lt;length&#62;] [-t &lt;timeouts&#62;]
184[-r &lt;rate&#62;][-i &lt;IP_addr&#62;] -h &lt;IP_addr&#62;</CODE
185></P
186><P
187>The ping command checks the connectivity of the local network by sending
188special (ICMP) packets to a specific host. These packets should be automatically
189returned by that host. The command will indicate how many of these round-trips
190were successfully completed. </P
191></DD
192></DL
193></DIV
194></P
195><H1
196CLASS="BRIDGEHEAD"
197><A
198NAME="AEN443"
199></A
200>Arguments</H1
201><DIV
202CLASS="INFORMALTABLE"
203><P
204></P
205><A
206NAME="AEN444"
207></A
208><TABLE
209BORDER="0"
210FRAME="void"
211CLASS="CALSTABLE"
212><COL
213WIDTH="192"
214TITLE="COL1"><COL
215WIDTH="2*"
216TITLE="COL2"><TBODY
217><TR
218><TD
219>-v </TD
220><TD
221>Be verbose, displaying information
222about each packet sent.</TD
223></TR
224><TR
225><TD
226>-n &lt;count&#62;</TD
227><TD
228>Controls the number of packets
229to be sent. Default is 10 if -n is not specified.</TD
230></TR
231><TR
232><TD
233>-t &lt;timeout&#62;</TD
234><TD
235>How long to wait for the round-trip
236to complete, specified in milliseconds. Default is 1000ms (1 second).</TD
237></TR
238><TR
239><TD
240>-r &lt;rate&#62;</TD
241><TD
242>How fast to deliver packets, i.e.
243time between successive sends. Default is 1000ms (1 second). Specifying "-r
2440" will send packets as quickly as possible.</TD
245></TR
246><TR
247><TD
248>-l &lt;length&#62;</TD
249><TD
250>Each packet contains some amount
251of payload data. This option specifies the length of that data. The default
252is 64 and the value is restricted to the range 64 .. 1400.</TD
253></TR
254><TR
255><TD
256>-i &lt;local IP&#62;</TD
257><TD
258>This allows the ping command to
259override its local network address. While this is not recommended procedure,
260it can help diagnose some situations, for example where BOOTP is not working
261properly.</TD
262></TR
263><TR
264><TD
265>-h &lt;host&#62;</TD
266><TD
267>The hostname or IP address of the other device
268to contact.</TD
269></TR
270></TBODY
271></TABLE
272><P
273></P
274></DIV
275></DIV
276><DIV
277CLASS="SECT2"
278><H2
279CLASS="SECT2"
280><A
281NAME="AEN470"
282>General</A
283></H2
284><P
285></P
286><P
287></P
288><DIV
289CLASS="VARIABLELIST"
290><DL
291><DT
292>alias name [value]</DT
293><DD
294><P
295>The <CODE
296CLASS="FUNCTION"
297>alias</CODE
298> command is used to maintain simple command
299line aliases.  These aliases are shorthand for longer expressions.
300When the pattern %{name} appears in a command line, including a script,
301the corresponding value will be substituted.</P
302><P
303>Aliases are kept in RedBoot's non-volatile configuration area, i.e. Flash
304memory.</P
305><P
306>This is an example of setting an alias.  Notice the use of a quoted string
307when the value contains spaces.
308<TABLE
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313><TD
314><PRE
315CLASS="PROGRAMLISTING"
316>RedBoot&#62; <KBD
317CLASS="USERINPUT"
318>alias SBUF "-b 0x100000"</KBD
319>
320Update RedBoot non-volatile configuration - are you sure (y/n)? y
321... Unlock from 0x50f80000-0x50fc0000: .
322... Erase from 0x50f80000-0x50fc0000: .
323... Program from 0x0000b9e8-0x0000c9e8 at 0x50f80000: .
324... Lock from 0x50f80000-0x50fc0000: .</PRE
325></TD
326></TR
327></TABLE
328></P
329><P
330>This example shows querying of an alias, as well as how it might be used.
331<TABLE
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337><PRE
338CLASS="PROGRAMLISTING"
339>RedBoot&#62; <KBD
340CLASS="USERINPUT"
341>alias SBUF</KBD
342>
343'SBUF' = '-b 0x100000'
344RedBoot&#62; <KBD
345CLASS="USERINPUT"
346>d %{SBUF}</KBD
347>
3480x00100000: FE03 00EA 0000 0000  0000 0000 0000 0000   |................|
3490x00100010: 0000 0000 0000 0000  0000 0000 0000 0000   |................|</PRE
350></TD
351></TR
352></TABLE
353></P
354></DD
355></DL
356></DIV
357><P
358></P
359><DIV
360CLASS="VARIABLELIST"
361><DL
362><DT
363>baud [-b value]</DT
364><DD
365><P
366>This command sets the baud rate for the system serial console.
367If the platform supports non-volatile configuration data, then the new value
368will be saved and used when the system is reset.</P
369></DD
370></DL
371></DIV
372><P
373></P
374><DIV
375CLASS="VARIABLELIST"
376><DL
377><DT
378>cache [ON | OFF]</DT
379><DD
380><P
381>This command is used to manipulate the caches on the processor.</P
382><P
383>With no options, this command specifies the state of the system caches.</P
384><P
385>When an option is given, the caches are turned off or on appropriately.
386 </P
387></DD
388></DL
389></DIV
390><P
391></P
392><DIV
393CLASS="VARIABLELIST"
394><DL
395><DT
396>channel [-1|&lt;channel number&#62;]</DT
397><DD
398><P
399>With no arguments, this command displays the current console channel number.</P
400><P
401>When passed an argument of 0 upwards, this command switches the console
402channel to that channel number. The mapping between channel numbers and
403physical channels is platform specific.</P
404><P
405>When passed an argument of -1, this command reverts RedBoot to responding
406to whatever channel receives input first, as happens when RedBoot initially
407starts execution.</P
408></DD
409></DL
410></DIV
411><P
412></P
413><DIV
414CLASS="VARIABLELIST"
415><DL
416><DT
417>cksum -b &lt;location&#62; -l &lt;length&#62;</DT
418><DD
419><P
420>Computes the POSIX checksum on a range of memory (either RAM or FLASH).
421The value printed can be compared with the output from the Linux program 'chksum'.</P
422></DD
423></DL
424></DIV
425><P
426></P
427><DIV
428CLASS="VARIABLELIST"
429><DL
430><DT
431>mfill -b &lt;location&#62; -l &lt;length&#62; [-p &lt;pattern&#62;] [-1|-2|-4]</DT
432><DD
433><P
434>Fills a range of memory with the given pattern.
435If the pattern is ommitted, then a value of zero is used.
436The options <TT
437CLASS="LITERAL"
438>-1, -2, -4</TT
439> are used to select the length of the
440objects used while filling.  For example, <TT
441CLASS="LITERAL"
442>-2</TT
443> selects to fill
44416 bits at a time, etc.</P
445></DD
446></DL
447></DIV
448><P
449></P
450><DIV
451CLASS="VARIABLELIST"
452><DL
453><DT
454>mcmp -s &lt;location&#62; -d &lt;location&#62; -l &lt;length&#62; [-1|-2|-4]</DT
455><DD
456><P
457>Compares two ranges of memory.
458The options <TT
459CLASS="LITERAL"
460>-1, -2, -4</TT
461> are used to select the length of the
462objects used while comparing.  For example, <TT
463CLASS="LITERAL"
464>-2</TT
465> selects to compare
46616 bits at a time, etc.</P
467></DD
468></DL
469></DIV
470><P
471></P
472><DIV
473CLASS="VARIABLELIST"
474><DL
475><DT
476>swab -b &lt;location&#62; -l &lt;length&#62; [-2|-4]</DT
477><DD
478><P
479>Swap bytes in a block of 16-bit or 32-bit words.
480The options <TT
481CLASS="LITERAL"
482>-2, -4</TT
483> are used to select the length of the
484words to be byte-swapped.  For example, <TT
485CLASS="LITERAL"
486>-2</TT
487> selects to
488swap bytes inside 16 bit words, etc.</P
489></DD
490></DL
491></DIV
492><P
493></P
494><DIV
495CLASS="VARIABLELIST"
496><DL
497><DT
498>disks</DT
499><DD
500><P
501>This command is used to list disk partitions recognized by RedBoot.</P
502></DD
503></DL
504></DIV
505><P
506></P
507><DIV
508CLASS="VARIABLELIST"
509><DL
510><DT
511>dump -b &lt;location&#62; [-l &lt;length&#62;] [-s]</DT
512><DD
513><P
514>Display (hex dump) a range of memory. </P
515><P
516>This command displays the contents of memory in hexadecimal format.
517It is most useful for examining a segment of RAM or flash.
518If the optional -s switch is provided, then the dump will be formatted
519as Motorola S-records.
520The <B
521CLASS="COMMAND"
522>x</B
523> command is a synonym for <B
524CLASS="COMMAND"
525>dump</B
526>.</P
527><P
528>Note that this command could
529be detrimental if used on memory mapped hardware registers. </P
530><P
531>The memory is displayed at most sixteen bytes per line, first as the
532raw hex value, followed by an ASCII interpretation of the data. <TABLE
533BORDER="5"
534BGCOLOR="#E0E0F0"
535WIDTH="70%"
536><TR
537><TD
538><PRE
539CLASS="PROGRAMLISTING"
540>RedBoot&#62; <KBD
541CLASS="USERINPUT"
542>du -b 0x100 -l 0x80</KBD
543>
5440x00000100: 3C60 0004 6063 2000 7C68 03A6 4E80 0020 |&lt;`..`c .|h..N.. |
5450x00000110: 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 |................|
5460x00000120: 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 |................|
5470x00000130: 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 |................|
5480x00000140: 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 |................|
5490x00000150: 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 |................|
5500x00000160: 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 |................|
5510x00000170: 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 |................|
552RedBoot&#62; <KBD
553CLASS="USERINPUT"
554>d -b 0xfe00b000 -l 0x80</KBD
555>
5560xFE00B000: 2025 700A 0000 0000 4174 7465 6D70 7420 | %p.....Attempt |
5570xFE00B010: 746F 206C 6F61 6420 532D 7265 636F 7264 |to load S-record|
5580xFE00B020: 2064 6174 6120 746F 2061 6464 7265 7373 | data to address|
5590xFE00B030: 3A20 2570 205B 6E6F 7420 696E 2052 414D |: %p [not in RAM|
5600xFE00B040: 5D0A 0000 2A2A 2A20 5761 726E 696E 6721 |]...*** Warning!|
5610xFE00B050: 2043 6865 636B 7375 6D20 6661 696C 7572 | Checksum failur|
5620xFE00B060: 6520 2D20 4164 6472 3A20 256C 782C 2025 |e - Addr: %lx, %|
5630xFE00B070: 3032 6C58 203C 3E20 2530 326C 580A 0000 |02lX &lt;&#62; %02lX...|
5640xFE00B080: 456E 7472 7920 706F 696E 743A 2025 702C |Entry point: %p,|
565RedBoot&#62; <KBD
566CLASS="USERINPUT"
567>x -b 0x3e00000 -s -l 0x80</KBD
568>
569S31503E00000803C04E980880000808800008088000046
570S31503E00010825010188948100088400001C01A040174
571S31503E00020825010188948100088400002C01A03FD68
572S31503E00030825010188948100088400003C01A03F95B
573S31503E00040825010188948100088400004C01A03F54E
574S31503E00050825010188948100088400005C01A03F141
575S31503E00060825010188948100088400006C01A03ED34
576S31503E00070825010188948100088400007C01A03E927</PRE
577></TD
578></TR
579></TABLE
580></P
581></DD
582></DL
583></DIV
584><P
585><P
586></P
587><DIV
588CLASS="VARIABLELIST"
589><DL
590><DT
591>reset</DT
592><DD
593><P
594>Reset the system. </P
595><P
596>This command resets the platform. On many targets this is
597equivalent to a power-on reset, but on others it may just cause a jump
598to the architecture's reset entry resulting in a
599reinitialization of the system.</P
600></DD
601></DL
602></DIV
603></P
604><P
605><P
606></P
607><DIV
608CLASS="VARIABLELIST"
609><DL
610><DT
611>version</DT
612><DD
613><P
614>Display RedBoot version information. </P
615><P
616>This command simply displays version information about RedBoot. <TABLE
617BORDER="5"
618BGCOLOR="#E0E0F0"
619WIDTH="70%"
620><TR
621><TD
622><PRE
623CLASS="PROGRAMLISTING"
624>RedBoot&#62; <KBD
625CLASS="USERINPUT"
626>version</KBD
627>
628RedBoot(tm) debug environment - built 09:12:03, Feb 12 2001
629Platform: XYZ (PowerPC 860)
630Copyright (C) 2000, 2001, Red Hat, Inc.
631RAM: 0x00000000-0x00400000
632RedBoot&#62;</PRE
633></TD
634></TR
635></TABLE
636></P
637></DD
638></DL
639></DIV
640></P
641></DIV
642><DIV
643CLASS="SECT2"
644><H2
645CLASS="SECT2"
646><A
647NAME="DOWNLOAD-COMMAND"
648>Download Process</A
649></H2
650><P
651></P
652><P
653></P
654><DIV
655CLASS="VARIABLELIST"
656><DL
657><DT
658>load</DT
659><DD
660><P
661>The <B
662CLASS="COMMAND"
663>load</B
664> command is used to download
665data into the target system. Data can be loaded via a network connection,
666using either the TFTP protocol, or the console serial connection using the
667X/Y modem protocol. Files may also be loaded directly from local filesystems
668on disk. Files to be downloaded may either be executable images in
669ELF executable program format,
670Motorola S-record (SREC)
671format or raw data. The format of the command is:  </P
672><P
673><P
674><B
675CLASS="COMMAND"
676>load</B
677>  {<TT
678CLASS="REPLACEABLE"
679><I
680>file</I
681></TT
682>} [-v] [-d] [-b <TT
683CLASS="REPLACEABLE"
684><I
685>location</I
686></TT
687>] [-r] [-m  {xmodem | ymodem | tftp | disk}] [-h <TT
688CLASS="REPLACEABLE"
689><I
690>host_IP_address</I
691></TT
692>]</P
693></P
694></DD
695></DL
696></DIV
697><H1
698CLASS="BRIDGEHEAD"
699><A
700NAME="AEN604"
701></A
702>Arguments</H1
703><DIV
704CLASS="INFORMALTABLE"
705><P
706></P
707><A
708NAME="AEN605"
709></A
710><TABLE
711BORDER="0"
712FRAME="void"
713CLASS="CALSTABLE"
714><COL
715WIDTH="72"
716TITLE="COL1"><COL
717WIDTH="2*"
718TITLE="COL2"><TBODY
719><TR
720><TD
721>file</TD
722><TD
723>The name of the file on the TFTP
724server or the local disk. Details of how this is specified for TFTP are
725host-specific. For local disk files, the name must be in <SPAN
726CLASS="emphasis"
727><I
728CLASS="EMPHASIS"
729>disk</I
730></SPAN
731>:
732<SPAN
733CLASS="emphasis"
734><I
735CLASS="EMPHASIS"
736>filename</I
737></SPAN
738> format. The disk portion must match one of the disk
739names listed by the <SPAN
740CLASS="emphasis"
741><I
742CLASS="EMPHASIS"
743>disks</I
744></SPAN
745> command.</TD
746></TR
747><TR
748><TD
749>-v</TD
750><TD
751>Display a small spinner (indicator)
752while the download is in  progress. This is just for feedback, especially
753during long loads. Note that the option has no effect when using a
754serial download method since it would interfere with the protocol.</TD
755></TR
756><TR
757><TD
758>-d</TD
759><TD
760>Decompress gzipped image during
761download.</TD
762></TR
763><TR
764><TD
765>-c</TD
766><TD
767>Specify which I/O channel to
768use for download.  This option is only supported when using either
769xmodem or ymodem protocol.</TD
770></TR
771><TR
772><TD
773>-b</TD
774><TD
775>Specify the location in memory
776to which the file should be loaded. Executable images normally load at the
777location to which the file was linked. This option allows the file to be loaded
778to a specific memory location, possibly overriding any assumed location.</TD
779></TR
780><TR
781><TD
782>-r</TD
783><TD
784>Download raw data. Normally, the
785load command is used to load executable images into memory. This option allows
786for raw data to be loaded. If this option is given, -b will also be required.</TD
787></TR
788><TR
789><TD
790>-m</TD
791><TD
792><P
793>The -m option is used to select the download method. The choices are:</P
794><P
795></P
796><DIV
797CLASS="VARIABLELIST"
798><DL
799><DT
800><SPAN
801CLASS="emphasis"
802><I
803CLASS="EMPHASIS"
804>xmodem</I
805></SPAN
806>, <SPAN
807CLASS="emphasis"
808><I
809CLASS="EMPHASIS"
810>ymodem</I
811></SPAN
812></DT
813><DD
814><P
815>serial download using standard protocols over a port.
816If no <SPAN
817CLASS="emphasis"
818><I
819CLASS="EMPHASIS"
820>-c</I
821></SPAN
822> option is used, the current
823console port will be used, otherwise the protocol transfer will take
824place on the specified channel.
825When using this method, the <TT
826CLASS="REPLACEABLE"
827><I
828>file</I
829></TT
830> parameter is
831not required.</P
832></DD
833><DT
834><SPAN
835CLASS="emphasis"
836><I
837CLASS="EMPHASIS"
838>tftp</I
839></SPAN
840></DT
841><DD
842><P
843>network based download using the TFTP protocol.</P
844></DD
845><DT
846><SPAN
847CLASS="emphasis"
848><I
849CLASS="EMPHASIS"
850>disk</I
851></SPAN
852></DT
853><DD
854><P
855>load a file from local disk.</P
856></DD
857></DL
858></DIV
859></TD
860></TR
861><TR
862><TD
863>-h</TD
864><TD
865>Used explicitly to name a host
866computer to contact for the download data. This works in TFTP mode only.</TD
867></TR
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884>lo redboot.ROM -b 0x8c400000</KBD
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886Address offset = 0x0c400000
887Entry point: 0x80000000, address range: 0x80000000-0x8000fe80</PRE
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