[U-Boot-Users] Flash organization

Marc Singer elf at buici.com
Wed Aug 6 01:52:46 CEST 2003

Hey!  Don't you ever sleep?

Ah.  So it assumes that the size of a block is start[n+1] - start[n].

On Wed, Aug 06, 2003 at 12:32:31AM +0200, Wolfgang Denk wrote:
> In message <20030805220520.GA8050 at buici.com> you wrote:
> > The boot flash on the KEV7A400 has two sizes of blocks.  The first
> > 64KiB is in 8KiB blocks.  The rest (63 blocks) are each 64KiB.  Will
> > u-boot write memory correctly if I put these blocks into two banks?
> A "bank" is the logical term for what memory is addressable using the
> same chip select signals. So in your case  ther  eis  obviously  just
> *ONE* bank of flash memory.
> There is absolutely no problem when the erase units within a bank  of
> flash  memory  have different sizes. Of course your flash driver will
> have to fill in the flash_info struct correctly.

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