[uClinux-dev] 2.4.x questions

Travis Griggs tgriggs at keyww.com
Thu Nov 15 15:11:35 EST 2001

Greg Ungerer wrote:

> Currently the 4k internal RAM is not used by uClinux.

No kidding? Is it hard to change this? I'm really very new (naive) to 
all of this low level stuff. I am told that the SDRAM on the C3 board is 
not 0 wait state (he didn't remember exact value off the top of his 
head, he thot maybe 3). The on chip is 0. It would seem like a good idea 
to park the on chip ram right behind the SDRAM, and then let the stack 
grow down from their. I don't really know how deep the stack usually is, 
but my thot was that it might spend a good part of its time in the 
faster ram.

On a related note I guess, when we start doing our own boards, I've been 
told that they're going to make them similiar to the C3, but will put in 
512K fast static 0 wait state ram? How will I ensure that uClinux uses 
that by preference?

Travis Griggs
Member: 3rd Boolean State Software Collective
Key Technology
"It had better be a pretty good meeting to be better than no meeting at 
all"-- Boyd K. Packer

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