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Re: Memory test for etrax
I also had this task. As Mikael noted you can do sdram test through
--memtest option. For the flash test I calculate checksum of the flash to
match the checksum of fimage through custom --flashtest option. And if
linux boots up succesfully I suppose the rest of the hardware is okay ;-)
On Thu, 16 Jan 2003, Alex Raimondi wrote:
> We made our own board with an Etrax 100LX and 32MB SDRAM and 8MB Flash.
> After production we would like to perform serveral test e.g memory test
> (walking one etc.)
> flash test just for design verification and to see if everything was solderd
> Has anyone done something like that or can tell me how to do it?
> I suppose I have to do my tests before linux is up since I need unlimited
> and direct access to the SRAM (access to real physical address).
> I'm thinking of a piece of software that can be send via ethernet boot (like
> ktest or flashit) that testes the memory and flash and gives me feedback
> over serial port.
> How much work would you expect to implement such a test?
> Thanks for any hint
> Alex Raimondi