QuickTransit on non-SGI Itanium

LarBob

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I've been messing with trying to get QuickTransit 1.1/1.2 up, but I only have an HP Itanium box (rx2620 with Montecitos). These CPUs should be newer than what most(?) SGI Itanium boxes had, but QuickTransit crashes with an Illegal instruction on any IRIX binary. I'm wondering if this is an issue with HP Integrity Virtual Machines or what. Has anyone tried QuickTransit on a non-SGI Itanic?

Code:
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  >x0x20000000017a1680      [MII]       ld4 r69=[r69]                          x
   x0x20000000017a1681                  nop.i 0x0                              x
   x0x20000000017a1682                  nop.i 0x0;;                            x
   x0x20000000017a1690      [MII]       nop.m 0x0                              x
   x0x20000000017a1691                  sxt4 r69=r69                           x
   x0x20000000017a1692                  nop.i 0x0;;                            x
   x0x20000000017a16a0      [MII]       mov r70=17504                          x
   x0x20000000017a16a1                  nop.i 0x0                              x
   x0x20000000017a16a2                  nop.i 0x0;;                            x
   x0x20000000017a16b0      [MII]       add r71=r4,r70                         x
   x0x20000000017a16b1                  nop.i 0x0                              x
   x0x20000000017a16b2                  nop.i 0x0;;                            x
   x0x20000000017a16c0      [MII]       and r72=-16,r67                        x
   mqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqj
core process 22724 In:                        Line: ??   PC: 0x20000000017a1680
(gdb)
 
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LarBob

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I've installed RHEL 5.11 natively and still run into the same issue, so it's not due to HPVM.
 

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