[ECOS] Porting eCos / Redboot / Memory map modifications / E7T

Andrew Lunn andrew@lunn.ch
Wed Sep 28 11:17:00 GMT 2005

On Wed, Sep 28, 2005 at 08:15:10AM +0000, Ali Sina wrote:
> Hello,
> we are trying to get our code to run on our own hardware, which for all 
> practical reasons can be described as an E7T platform with double the RAM.
> The setup is as follows:
> Redboot (ROM startup mode) is resident on the board and upon power on loads 
> the image of the code (RAM startup) from FLASH into RAM, where the code 
> then gets executed.
> As a control and starting point, the same Redboot and the compiled code run 
> fine on both E7T and our HW, of course not using the extra RAM.
> >From this list, Massa's book and other sources I understand that what is 
> needed in order to use the extra RAM is to modify the memory layout, 
> specified in the mlt_arm_e7t_rom/mlt_arm_e7t_ram.h and .ldi files. 
> Particularly, I have changed the RAM size to double (from 0x80000 to 
> 0x100000) and modified the heap size accordingly.
> Is this sufficient?

IT might be worth reading the data sheet about the memory
controller. Does it need setting up differently when there is double
the amount of RAM.

packages/hal/arm/e7t/current/include/hal_platform_setup.h looks
to be doing something with a memory controller and timings.


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