[U-Boot-Users] tftp alignment exception

Dongying_Xu at us.alphanetworks.com Dongying_Xu at us.alphanetworks.com
Tue May 8 02:36:33 CEST 2007

Hi Timur,
Sorry, I haven't read your email until today.  The command I used is

tftp 4000000 file_name

I met this problem only when I used one particular brand memory, when 
tftp, it is very slow and sometime it time-out, sometimes it throws 
exception. When I change to other brand DDR2 memory, it works fine.  I 
want to know is this a memory problem or setting problem or boot code 
problem?  By the way, I used spd setting and manual setting, Both don't 
work.  Thanks

Best Regards


Timur Tabi <timur at freescale.com>
04/14/2007 10:01 PM
        To:     Dongying_Xu at us.alphanetworks.com
        cc:     u-boot-users at lists.sourceforge.net
        Subject:        Re: [U-Boot-Users] tftp alignment exception

Dongying_Xu at us.alphanetworks.com wrote:
> Hi
> Does anyone experienced TFTP alignment problem?  I am using MPC8347 with 

> 64bits DDR2 memory, when I tftp files, it will throw alignment 
> exception. It happens more frequently on big size file. Anyone have any 
> suggestions?  Thanks

I've worked with an 8349 a lot, and I've never seen this.  Are you 
trying to tftp a file to an unaligned address?  Can you provide the 
actual tftp command line that you use?

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