[U-Boot-Users] Redundant environment expected behavior vs current
rsmith at imagemap.com
Wed Apr 26 14:32:10 CEST 2006
Wolfgang Denk wrote:
> In message <444EC5F1.10205 at orkun.us> you wrote:
>> time U-Boot will switch to the second copy but second copy does not have
>> the latest stuff we put/modified because we did not sync them.
> If theis is your concern, then sync it. Nothing prevents you from
> doing this.
>>>> environment after one copy is written might not save us in certain
>>> Which are?
>> Say, I am booting one of the two kernels/initrd in flash. Or NFS booting
>> from a different IP etc. Supplying a different kernel command line.
> How would this corrupt an already stored and write protected
> environment sector?
I am new to this but it seems that once we successfully write the
environment and protect it, how does (should) one go about writing that
same environment to the redundant sector? Is it done with saveenv if
the redundant environment is enabled? I guess I need to go look at the
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