You can configure the test harness to handle warning messages in the following ways:
Write warning messages to the console
Write warning messages to the console and then panic the system
Use the second method to help pinpoint the root cause of a problem.
When the bofi-range-check property value is set to warn, the harness prints the following messages (or panics if set to panic) when it detects a range violation of a DDI function by your driver:
ddi_getX() out of range addr %x not in %x ddi_putX() out of range addr %x not in %x ddi_rep_getX() out of range addr %x not in %x ddi_rep_putX() out of range addr %x not in %x
X is 8, 16, 32, or 64.
When the harness has been requested to insert over 1000 extra interrupts, the following message is printed if the driver does not detect interrupt jabber:
undetected interrupt jabber - %s %d