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Re: kernel panic addon



Hi

I used "flashit". Herer is the output of flashit -p:

Warning: Flashing size limited to 0x3f0000 due to the offset (0x10000) and
flash size (0x400000).
Command:
etrax100boot --setreg b0000000 000095f8 --setreg b0000004 00000104 --setreg
b000000c 09e05858 --setreg b0000008 8000D040 --pause 20000 --setreg b0000008
8000d640 --setreg b0000008 8000d040 --setreg b0000008 8000d440 --setreg
b0000008 8000d040 --setreg b0000008 8000d440 --setreg b0000008 8000d040
--setreg b0000008 8000d440 --setreg b0000008 8000d040 --setreg b0000008
8000d440 --setreg b0000008 8000d040 --setreg b0000008 8000d440 --setreg
b0000008 8000d040 --setreg b0000008 8000d440 --setreg b0000008 8000d040
--setreg b0000008 8000d440 --setreg b0000008 8000d040 --setreg b0000008
8000d440 --setreg b0000008 8000d040 --setreg b0000008 8040d240 --setreg
b0000008 8000d040 --setreg b0000008 80009040 --setreg b0000030 00000000
--setreg b0000038 00000000 --bootfile DBG0 --file fimage c0004000 --flash
c0014000 10000 3f0000 --jump 0

hmm... The warning may be the problem :-). Do I have to specify the flash
size somewhere?

Thanks

Alex

----- Original Message -----
From: "Jonas Holmberg" <jonashg@xxxxxxx.com>
To: "'Alex Raimondi'" <araimondi@xxxxxxx.net>
Cc: "dev-etrax" <dev-etrax@xxxxxxx.com>
Sent: Tuesday, February 04, 2003 9:51 AM
Subject: RE: kernel panic addon


> > I found out if i reduce the flash size to 0x250000 as in the following
> > partition table, everthing works fine.
> >
> > [ptable]
> > # name size     rw-options  type      image-file
> > rescue 0x010000 ro          rescue    rescue.img
> > flash1 0x1a0000 ro          kernel    flash1.img
> > flash2 0x250000 rw          jffs      flash2.img
> >
> > So can anyone tell me how to use the remaining part of my
> > flash. We have
> > 16MB of flash in 2 chips.
>
> Exactly what command and options did you use to write the larger image
> (boot_linux, etrax100boot etc)? What was the output of the command and
> on the debug port?
>
> Best regards
> /Jonas
>