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Problem about demand page

Postby eg_yskaa » Sat, 11 Nov 2006 18:14:16 GMT

Hi all,

My ultimate goal is to free up more RAM for application.

My system configuration:
1. 64MB SDRAM
2. 64MB NAND flash
3. Nand flash has created BINFS partition in NAND flash for storing OS
image.

I read from the help that the OS be can demand paged from NAND flash. I
checked with my config.bib and it has allocated 32MB for my Kernel
region, which is equal to the compiled ROM size.

My question is as follows:
1. If the OS can be demand paged, why it allocates such amount of RAM
for the Kernel? I understand that a portion of the Kernel image should
be read from NAND flash to SDRAM during startup, but why it has to load
the entire image during the bootup into the SDRAM?

2. If my understanding is correct, the amount of RAM allocated to the
Kernel in config.bib actually can be lowered. Am I correct?

3. If my assumption of point 2 is correct, how can I determine the
minimum amount of RAM that should be allocated for the Kernel region?
(And thus the amount of image that should be loaded in the bootloader
during startup)

Any comment is appreaciated. Thank you very much!

Regards,
Nicholas


Re: Problem about demand page

Postby Dean Ramsier » Sat, 11 Nov 2006 23:17:12 GMT

It's a little more complicated than that.  You need to create a multixip 
image, with at least two regions.  The kernel region contains everything 
required in order to boot far enough to get the BINFS filesystem running, 
the binfs region contains everything else.  The kernel region is always 
resident in RAM, the binfs region gets paged in as needed.

You create these two regions using different tags in the bib file for each 
entry.  Your bootloader must have knowledge of the setup, and be able to 
load just the kernel region from NAND into RAM and jump there.  If you 
support any type of image update your loader will also have to understand 
the mechanism.

This isn't a trivial task...

-- 
Dean Ramsier - eMVP
BSQUARE Corporation









Re: Problem about demand page

Postby eg_yskaa » Mon, 13 Nov 2006 13:58:23 GMT

Hi Dean,

Thanks for you reply. But I want to know if multixip is the way of
accomplishing my task? Since I just want a single nk.bin (My BSP
doesn't support XIP yet). I am wondering if there is any work-around.
Thanks for your kind help.

Regards,
Nicholas

Dean Ramsier 






Re: Problem about demand page

Postby Dean Ramsier » Wed, 15 Nov 2006 22:59:46 GMT

No.  The BINFS mechanism was added specifically to address this issue, and 
it requires a multixip build.

-- 
Dean Ramsier - eMVP
BSQUARE Corporation






Hi Dean,

Thanks for you reply. But I want to know if multixip is the way of
accomplishing my task? Since I just want a single nk.bin (My BSP
doesn't support XIP yet). I am wondering if there is any work-around.
Thanks for your kind help.

Regards,
Nicholas

Dean Ramsier 







Re: Problem about demand page

Postby eg_yskaa » Thu, 16 Nov 2006 10:32:36 GMT

Hi Dean,

Thanks for the information. I will try to implement XIP myself. Hope it
is not a long way....

Regards,
Nicholas











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