Quanta LB6M (10GbE) -- Discussion

fbcadmin

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New Question - we just received two Quanta LB6M - that we will use for a ceph storage network. The network does not need vlans or routing etc.

I've read a lot of people change the firmware to something else.

For our use - are there speed and reliability or other good reasons to change the firmware / operating system ?
 

fbcadmin

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I tried using native firmware with ceph cluster. there were cluster communication issues. after an hour - gave up.

next will install Brocade TurboIron firmware.
 

fohdeesha

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if you had issues with basic l2 traffic with the stock firmware, that sounds like a configuration issue - I wouldn't expect the brocade firmware to solve it but worth a try. the stock fastpath should at least do L2 no problem
 

fbcadmin

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if you had issues with basic l2 traffic with the stock firmware, that sounds like a configuration issue - I wouldn't expect the brocade firmware to solve it but worth a try. the stock fastpath should at least do L2 no problem
thank you for the reply.

It could very well have been a configuration issue. It was almost working, drives mounted, multicast test worked. I may give it another try .
Multicast tests worked [ very fast ] . ceph drives mounted. I'll check logs and try to debug.

I did have active/backup bond set up , with a patch cord connecting the two switches. I had tested that prior to attempting operation of ceph cluster using the switches. If I can't find a bug in how i configured things then i might try a non bond connection.
 

fbcadmin

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also this was the network config , the only difference from the normal one used is the address
Code:
#iface enp129s0f0 inet manual
#iface enp129s0f1 inet manual
#auto bond2
#iface bond2 inet static
#      address 10.11.12.2
#      netmask  255.255.255.0
#      slaves enp129s0f0 enp129s0f1
#      bond_miimon 100
#      bond_mode active-backup
#      mtu 9000

## Intel 10G in use now:
auto bond1
iface bond1 inet static
        address  10.11.12.2
        netmask  255.255.255.0
        bond-slaves enp7s0f0 enp7s0f1
        bond-miimon 100
        bond-mode active-backup
        mtu 9000
if something stands out as possibly wrong with that let me know.
 

fbcadmin

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if you had issues with basic l2 traffic with the stock firmware, that sounds like a configuration issue - I wouldn't expect the brocade firmware to solve it but worth a try. the stock fastpath should at least do L2 no problem
Will I tried using the stock firmware - cluster communications issue I could not solve.
I tried setting up IGMP snooping and Multicast . Searched , tried settings etc..

anyway I'll change to Brocade as I have documentation for setting up igmp etc.

I knew you were just dying to know that.
 
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fbcadmin

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if you had issues with basic l2 traffic with the stock firmware, that sounds like a configuration issue - I wouldn't expect the brocade firmware to solve it but worth a try. the stock fastpath should at least do L2 no problem
Note after setting up brocade firmware - as you predicted - we have the same issue.

before doing that we'd tried a lot of things . so will of course continue to debug until fixed.

also thank you for the Brocade TurboIron firmware . these are great switches with now excellent software and manuals to follow.
 

fbcadmin

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with 'mtu 9000' set in /etc/network/interfaces , jumbo needed to be set on the switch. that fixed all our issues.

note this was not a multi cast issue. in addition nfs clients could not access nfs mounts

so to enable mtu 9000 on the switch:
Code:
telnet@quanta-1#configure terminal
telnet@quanta-1(config)#jumbo
Jumbo mode setting requires a reload to take effect!
telnet@quanta-1(config)#write memory
Write startup-config done.
telnet@quanta-1(config)#end
telnet@quanta-1#reload
Are you sure? (enter 'y' or 'n'): y
Halt and reboot
 

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hehe yes, if you have configured your NICs to send up to 9000 byte packets, the switch will definitely need to be configured to accept them :p
 

TrumanHW

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I would be very surprised if changing the fans could reduce power consumption by 50%, not gonna happen.
I typically run mine on one psu and it does make a difference, but not a lot. Only a few watts.

Yes the thing sucks power but to get a lower consuming 24 10GBit switch you are going to pay much more. My logic is that the price difference between the lb6m and a lower power alternative would have to "pay back" in a couple of years. At the moment I haven't found a switch that will do that, not with 24 ports.
Hey dude. I have next to NO info/knowledge on networking (just generally knowledgeable ... own a computer repair biz for 10 years.) ... anyway, I assumed it was a power consumption thing that made those switches screen bloody murder. AND, Assumed that much like CPUs, maybe there'd be something akin to, if not identical, in that their lithography got smaller and the impedance was lessened, and then they'd run cooler doing the same load.

BUT, that that'd be the EXACT "upgrade" ... virtually EXCLUSIVELY, they'd offer as "the new and improved widget to make you part with your 10+ K $$ ....

And that it's not that 25G and SFP28 are so expensive; it's that they're being manufactured on a new and improved tic or tock ... and so until THESE get displaced by some new iteration ... these'll be enterprise-expensive.

Anything you can critique in that set of assumptions?

PS -- does anyone know of a GUI Firmware ROM (unless those are different things in this context) for the LB6M ?

Thanks yall !!

Truman
 

md5

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Hi!

need help guys. I have problem

Code:
dhcp_prot.c(770) 407 %% Failed to acquire an IP address on Network Port; DHCP Server did not respond.
how disable dhcp client ?

my configuration

Code:
!Current Configuration:
!
!System Description "Quanta LB6M, 1.2.0.18, Linux 2.6.21.7"
!System Software Version "1.2.0.18"
!System Up Time          "0 days 3 hrs 26 mins 18 secs"
!Additional Packages     FASTPATH QOS
!Current SNTP Synchronized Time: Feb 13 11:43:59 201 UTC
!
set prompt "Core"
serviceport protocol none
vlan database
vlan 200,1282-1283,1441,2270,2280,2286-2289,2300-2309,2325-2333,2338,2340-2359
vlan 2364-2365,2370-2379,2400,2500,2801-2802,3441
vlan routing 2354 1
exit
configure
environment temprange min 20 max 45
sntp client mode unicast
! sntp server status is Success
sntp server "10.2.0.1"
no logging buffered wrap
logging host "1.1.1.1" ipv4 514 info
logging syslog
logging cli-command
ip default-gateway 10.2.0.1
aaa authentication enable "enableList" enable
line console
exit
line telnet
exit
line ssh
exit
spanning-tree configuration name "54-AB-3A-42-0B-41"
!
interface 0/1
description 'Uplink'
mtu 9216
vlan acceptframe vlanonly
vlan participation include 1282-1283,1441,2270,2280,2286-2289,2300-2309
vlan participation include 2325-2333,2338,2340-2359,2364-2365,2370-2379
vlan participation include 3441
vlan tagging 1282-1283,1441,2270,2280,2286-2289,2300-2309,2325-2333,2338
vlan tagging 2340-2359,2364-2365,2370-2379,3441
exit
interface 0/2
mtu 9216
vlan participation include 200,1441,2270,2280,2288-2289,2308,2325,2329
vlan participation include 2338,2347,2350-2357,2359,2365,2400,2500,3441
vlan tagging 200,1441,2270,2280,2288-2289,2308,2325,2329,2338,2347,2350-2357
vlan tagging 2359,2365,2400,2500,3441
exit
interface 0/3
mtu 9216
vlan participation include 200,2306-2307,2340,2348-2349,2351,2354,2801-2802
vlan tagging 200,2306-2307,2340,2348-2349,2351,2354,2801-2802
exit
interface 0/4
mtu 9216
vlan participation include 2302-2303,2309,2330-2331,2351,2354-2355,2370
vlan participation include 2400,2500,2801-2802
vlan tagging 2302-2303,2309,2330-2331,2351,2354-2355,2370,2400,2500,2801-2802
exit
interface 0/5
mtu 9216
vlan participation include 2286-2287,2300-2301,2304,2348,2355
vlan tagging 2286-2287,2300-2301,2304,2348,2355
exit
interface 0/6
mtu 9216
vlan participation include 1282-1283,2288,2302,2305,2325-2328,2355
vlan tagging 1282-1283,2288,2302,2305,2325-2328,2355
exit
interface 0/7
vlan participation include 2351-2352,2354,2356
vlan tagging 2351-2352,2354,2356
exit
interface 0/9
vlan participation include 1441,3441
vlan tagging 1441,3441
exit
interface 0/28
vlan pvid 2354
vlan participation include 2354
exit
interface 2/1
description 'Mng'
routing
ip address 10.2.0.60 255.255.252.0
exit
router rip
exit
router ospf
exit
exit
 

AlecM

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Good day wise ones :)
Got my switch hooked up last night, or is that a small get engine? (My HP J4904A is louder when it boots but quiets down a lot better).
Trying to be patient reading this thread and am at page 16 and have not come across my issue.

Its running, IP address assigned, telnet working fine but I cannot enable SSH??

(FASTPATH Routing) #ip ssh server enable
SSH could not be enabled. Make sure RSA and DSA keys are present on switch.

running 1.2.0.18 no backup (?) Anyone have directions on generating the keys? I'm thinking I'm going to have to enable the linux root login on port 2323... hoping for an easier ride though :)

Thanks for any suggestions!

nvm - under config there is a crypto command to create the keys...now to see why I can't log in.
 
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weseycorrea

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Hi, I researched a lot here in the forum, I have a LB6M with firmware Quanta LB6M, 1.2.0.18
Operating System .. Linux 2.6.21.7
Network Processing .... BCM56820_B0
Additional Packages. FASTPATH QOS
FASTPATH Routing

What firmware can I install? I already have SSH access. I will have to use a console cable.
 

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dantidote

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Hey Folks, I've been running the LB6M for close to a year now. Recently, it's been failing to boot with the following errors. Any ideas? It seems pretty low-level.

Code:
TurboIron Boot Code Version 7.3.0
Enter 'a' to stop at memory test
Enter 'b' to stop at boot monitor
BOOT INFO: load monitor from boot flash, cksum = 7be5
BOOT INFO: verify flash files..
BOOT INFO: load image from primary copy....

....................
....
Applying factory defaults..
INFO: st
Exception Type 1200 (Data TLB error), bcmPOLL
0202d030(msr)
e0000000(dar)
00800000(esr)
201cd530(pc)
20d2a734(lr)
20c08070
20c2bdb0
20c2c66c
00005010
End of Trace
rtup config data is not available, try to read from backup
INFO: startup config data in the backup area is not available
Pre Parsing Config Data ...
INFO: empty config data in the primary area, try to read from backup
INFO: empty config data in the backup area also

soc_schan_op: operation timed out
  HDR[CPU=0 COS=0 EBIT=0 ECODE=0 L=4 SRC=15 DST=1 OP=7=READ_MEM_CMD]
  DW[ 0]=0x1c13c200 DW[ 1]=0x01100001
soc_schan_op: operation timed out
  HDR[CPU=0 COS=0 EBIT=0 ECODE=0 L=4 SRC=15 DST=13 OP=11=READ_REG_CMD]
  DW[ 0]=0x2cd3c200 DW[ 1]=0x03d80002
sw_pp_sys_switching_mode_set: failed to read current value unit:0 err:-9
soc_schan_op: operation timed out
  HDR[CPU=0 COS=0 EBIT=0 ECODE=0 L=4 SRC=15 DST=1 OP=7=READ_MEM_CMD]
  DW[ 0]=0x1c13c200 DW[ 1]=0x01100000
soc_schan_op: operation timed out
  HDR[CPU=0 COS=0 EBIT=0 ECODE=0 L=4 SRC=15 DST=1 OP=7=READ_MEM_CMD]
  DW[ 0]=0x1c13c200 DW[ 1]=0x01100001
And the output of 'show save':
Code:
Monitor>show save
TurboIron Crash Dump Version 3.0.1

Boot    : 07.03.00T205 trz07300 built on Sep 9  2011 18:00:30 PDT
Monitor : 07.03.00T205 trz07300 built on Sep 9  2011 18:00:30 PDT
System  : 07.04.00pT203 TIR07400p built on Mar 22 2016 03:35:52 PDT

Task    : bcmPOLL

System had been up for 14 seconds

EXCEPTION 1200, Data TLB error

GP Registers
r0      : 20c08070 2496ef40 20f90130 e0000000
r4      : 20d2b054 00000045 20c2c0b4 cccccccc
r8      : 00021030 20c08004 00000000 00000bad
r12     : 212b0000 21329908 00000000 00000000
r16     : 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000
r20     : 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000
r24     : 000186a0 21c66280 00000000 00000000
r28     : 00000000 2481eb3a 00000000 24807000

SP Registers
save    = fff70000
xp..= 04940100
thread  = 04940100
pri     = 00000005
stk     = 2496b000
size    = 00004000
vsid    = 00650065
dear    = e0000000
esr     = 00800000
srr1    = 00000000
msr     = 0202d030
pc      = 201cd530
lr      = 20d2a734
sp      = 2496ef40
cr      = 20000000
ctr     = 00000000
xer     = 00000000
wdt     = 000000c5
hid0    = 00004000
hid1    = 45003000
mcsr    = 00000000
mcar    = 00000000
usprg   = 00000000
mcsrr0  = 00000000

L2 ECC Registers
fc020e20: 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000
fc020e30: 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000
fc020e40: 00000000 00000000 0000001d 00000000
fc020e50: 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000

DDR ECC Registers
fc002000: 0000001f 00000000 00000000 00000000
fc002080: 80000103 00000000 00000000 00000000
fc002100: 00000000 00000000 08449331 00000800
fc002110: c2008000 00000000 00000062 00000000
fc002120: 00000000 05150100 00000000 00000000
fc002e20: 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000
fc002e30: 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000
fc002e40: 00000000 00000000 0000000d 00000000
fc002e50: 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000

Memory Mapped Regions (start: access cache)
20c08000: rwxr-x -----
2496e000: rwxrwx -----
20f90000: rwxrwx -----
e0000000: ------ -----
20d2b000: rwxr-x -----
00000000: ------ -----
20c2c000: rwxr-x -----
ccccc000: ------ -----
00021000: rwxr-x -----
212b0000: rwxrwx -----
21329000: rwxrwx -----
00018000: rwxr-x -----
21c66000: rwxrwx -----
2481e000: rwxrwx -----
24807000: rwxrwx -----
201cd000: rwxr-x -----

Possible Stack Trace (function call return address list)
201cd530: debug_assert(pc)
20d2a734: _sal_assert(lr)
20c08070: soc_dma_done_desc
20c2bdb0: soc_intr
20c2c66c: soc_ipoll_thread
00005010: sys_end_task

Active Stack (FP 2496ef40)
2496ef10: 2496ef20 cccccccc cccccccc 20c2c588
2496ef20: 2496ef30 208b8f80 00000080 208b8f60
2496ef30: 2496ef68 20be0a8c 00000040 20c2c588
2496ef40: 2496ef48 20c2c0b4 2496ef68 20c08070
2496ef50: 000b807f 000186a0 00000000 00000011
2496ef60: 00000080 2123f124 2496ef98 20c2bdb0
2496ef70: 2139b018 00000000 00000000 2139af40
2496ef80: 00000000 00000000 2139b018 00000000
2496ef90: 2139af40 44010080 2496efc0 20c2c66c
2496efa0: cccccccc 00000000 00000000 00000000
2496efb0: 00000000 00000000 00000001 00000000
2496efc0: 04942fb0 00005010 00013950 02021030
2496efd0: cccccccc cccccccc cccccccc cccccccc
2496efe0: cccccccc cccccccc cccccccc cccccccc
2496eff0: cccccccc cccccccc cccccccc cccccccc

Possible Data Structures
20c08030: 1d9e0013 7d9f6214 3d400001 614a7b3a
          7fac5214 837d0003 835d000b 815d000f
          2c0a0000 4082001c 3c6020c1 3863a34c
          3c8020c1 38849e3c 38a00465 4812269d
20c08070: 2c1b0000 4082001c 3c6020c1 3863a35c
          3c8020c1 38849e3c 38a00466 4812267d
          2c1a0000 4082001c 3c6020c1 3863a368
          3c8020c1 38849e3c 38a00467 4812265d
2496ef00: cccccccc cccccccc cccccccc cccccccc
          2496ef20 cccccccc cccccccc 20c2c588
          2496ef30 208b8f80 00000080 208b8f60
          2496ef68 20be0a8c 00000040 20c2c588
2496ef40: 2496ef48 20c2c0b4 2496ef68 20c08070
          000b807f 000186a0 00000000 00000011
          00000080 2123f124 2496ef98 20c2bdb0
          2139b018 00000000 00000000 2139af40
20f900f0: 20f90026 0000000e 20f90048 0000000f
          20f9006a 00000000 00000000 000020f9
          008c0000 000120f9 010c0000 00000000
          00000000 20f90112 00000001 20f8fe88
20f90130: 00000002 20f90122 00000000 00000000
          000020f9 01280001 0201203a b040205d
          e1c0203a b000205d e3000000 00000000
          000000ff 000000ff 00010207 205de4a0
20d2b010: 3c80212b 3884a080 80640018 3d402104
          814a2ef0 91440018 4e800020 3c602104
          80632ef0 3c80212b 8084a098 7c032000
          4080000c 7c632050 48000008 7c641850
20d2b050: 4e800020 2e2e2f2e 2e2f2e2e 2f2e2e2f
          2e2e2f76 656e646f 72737263 2f62726f
          6164636f 6d2f7364 6b2d7867 732d726f
          626f2d35 2e352e35 2f2e2e2f 66647279
20c2c070: 4e450000 4348305f 43484149 4e5f444f
          4e450000 4348315f 43484149 4e5f444f
          4e450000 4348325f 43484149 4e5f444f
          4e450000 4348335f 43484149 4e5f444f
20c2c0b0: 4e450000 4348305f 44455343 5f444f4e
          45000000 4348315f 44455343 5f444f4e
          45000000 4348325f 44455343 5f444f4e
          45000000 4348335f 44455343 5f444f4e
00020ff0: 3fe002f0 3d600130 616bba3b 917f0000
          39400008 915f0004 7fe3fb78 38800008
          4bfe6321 38600000 83e1000c 80010014
          7c0803a6 38210010 4e800020 9421fff0
00021030: 7c0802a6 93c10008 93e1000c 90010014
          7c7f1b78 7c9e2378 7fe3fb78 7fc6f378
          3c8002f0 3ca00001 4bfffb25 83c10008
          83e1000c 80010014 7c0803a6 38210010
20c07fc0: 48000010 933e001e 387e0000 48000024
          3b390001 817e001a 7c0bc800 4181fe7c
          83de0004 2c1e0000 4082fe38 387e0000
          ba410010 8001004c 7c0803a6 38210048
20c08000: 4e800020 9421ffe0 7c0802a6 bf410008
          90010024 3b830000 3ba40000 7fbe0774
          3d6021c6 396b6280 578a103a 7feb502e
          1d9e0013 7d9f6214 3d400001 614a7b3a
212affc0: 200c2000 20d396f0 200c2000 200c2060
          20d39708 200c2060 200c2080 20d39724
          200c2080 200c20a0 20d39740 200c20a0
          200c2100 20d39754 200c2100 200c2120
212b0000: 20d39770 200c2120 200c21c0 20d3978c
          200c21c0 200c2200 20d397ac 200c2200
          200c2260 20d397c8 200c2260 200c22a0
          20d397e8 200c22a0 200c22e0 20d3980c
213298c0: 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000
          00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000
          00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000
          00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000
21329900: 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000
          00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000
          00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000
          00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000
00018660: 38a00001 7fc6f378 4bfff4c5 2c030000
          4082000c 88610008 48000008 3860ffff
          83a1000c 83c10010 83e10014 8001001c
          7c0803a6 38210018 4e800020 9421ffe8
000186a0: 7c0802a6 93a1000c 93c10010 93e10014
          9001001c 7c7f1b78 48005791 3d800008
          818c52ac 818c0978 906c0030 3d600008
          816b52ac 816b0978 816b0030 2c0b0000
21c66240: 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000
          00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000
          00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000
          00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000
21c66280: 24807000 00000000 00000000 00000000
          00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000
          00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000
          00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000
2481eaf0: 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000
          00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000
          00000000 00000000 00001fff ffff0000
          00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000
2481eb30: 00000000 00000000 00000001 11000000
          00000000 00000000 00000000 00010211
          00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000
          02000100 00000000 00000000 00000000
24806fc0: cccccccc cccccccc cccccccc cccccccc
          cccccccc cccccccc cccccccc cccccccc
          cccccccc cccccccc cccccccc cccccccc
          cccccccc cccccccc cccccccc cccccccc
24807000: 00000011 20170000 20000000 00001d00
          00000700 00000000 00000000 00000000
          00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000
          00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000
201cd530: 91630000 4e800020 00000000 00000000
          2c030000 40820020 3d802101 818c0dac
          2c0c0000 41820010 3c60e000 39600bad
          91630000 4e800020 00000000 00000000
2496ef20: 2496ef30 208b8f80 00000080 208b8f60
          2496ef68 20be0a8c 00000040 20c2c588
          2496ef48 20c2c0b4 2496ef68 20c08070
          000b807f 000186a0 00000000 00000011
20c2c580: 20434825 640a0000 736f635f 696e7472
          20756e69 74202564 3a206469 73706174
          63682025 730a0000 9421ffd8 7c0802a6
          bf21000c 9001002c 3b630000 3f80213a
2496ef30: 2496ef68 20be0a8c 00000040 20c2c588
          2496ef48 20c2c0b4 2496ef68 20c08070
          000b807f 000186a0 00000000 00000011
          00000080 2123f124 2496ef98 20c2bdb0
208b8f80: 2c030000 41820044 3c602120 3863cadc
          81630020 2c0b0000 41820030 8183003c
          2c0c0000 41820018 48472085 38830000
          3c60208c 38639484 484715b5 387f0000
208b8f60: 9421fff0 7c0802a6 93c10008 93e1000c
          90010014 3be40000 3bc50000 483280f9
          2c030000 41820044 3c602120 3863cadc
          81630020 2c0b0000 41820030 8183003c
2496ef60: 00000080 2123f124 2496ef98 20c2bdb0
          2139b018 00000000 00000000 2139af40
          00000000 00000000 2139b018 00000000
          2139af40 44010080 2496efc0 20c2c66c
20be0a80: 7fe803a6 38a10028 4e800021 3be30000
          387f0000 83e10034 8001003c 7c0803a6
          38210038 4e800020 9421fff0 7c0802a6
          93e1000c 90010014 3d802124 83ecbf54
000b8070: 0494f600 01cf0e34 0494f580 01ce0e35
          0494f500 01cd0e36 0494f480 01cc0e37
          0494f400 01cb0e38 0494f380 01ca0e39
          0494f300 01c90e3a 0494f280 01c80e3b
2123f120: 20c2c0a4 00000080 20c08004 00000000
          20c2c0b4 00000200 20c08004 00000001
          20c2c0c4 00000800 20c08004 00000002
          20c2c0d4 00002000 20c08004 00000003
2496ef90: 2139af40 44010080 2496efc0 20c2c66c
          cccccccc 00000000 00000000 00000000
          00000000 00000000 00000001 00000000
          04942fb0 00005010 00013950 02021030
20c2bdb0: 3b7bffff 2c1b0000 4082febc 38600000
          38800000 38a00001 480fe9ed 809f0000
          387c0000 4bfffd85 3b780000 4bfffe98
          3bff0010 3bbd0001 2c1d001f 4180ff88
2139b010: 00000000 00000000 00000001 00000000
          00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000
          00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000
          00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000
2139af40: 00000000 20c2bc0c 00000000 00000000
          00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000
          00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000
          00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000
2496efc0: 04942fb0 00005010 00013950 02021030
          cccccccc cccccccc cccccccc cccccccc
          cccccccc cccccccc cccccccc cccccccc
          cccccccc cccccccc cccccccc cccccccc
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04942fb0: 04942fc0 000138d4 00000000 00000000
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          cccccccc cccccccc cccccccc cccccccc
          cccccccc cccccccc cccccccc cccccccc
00005010: 38000022 44000002 38000023 44000002
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