what do you think of nand partitions.

Wolfgang Spraul wolfgang at sharism.cc
Mon Dec 7 01:35:00 EST 2009


How about moving the kernel into the rootfs?
My personal preference is to have the kernel in the rootfs, and since
we use u-boot filesystem support should be quite good, it seems even
UBIFS is supported?
Wolfgang

On Mon, Dec 07, 2009 at 01:25:14PM +0800, Xiangfu Liu wrote:
> Hi Mirko Vogt
> 
> for now the nand partitions is:   [1]
> # 4M        4M        504M         1.5G
> #|---------|---------|------------|-----------------------|
> #|u-boot   |kernel   |  rootfs    |        data           |
> 
> 
> how about:   [2]
> # 4M        4M        504M + 1.5G
> #|---------|---------|------------------------------------|
> #|u-boot   |kernel   |  rootfs                            |
> 
> or:          [3]
> # 4M        4M        200M         1.8G
> #|---------|---------|------------|-----------------------|
> #|u-boot   |kernel   |  rootfs    |        data           |
> 
> I like the third one. we can put the data at 1.8G. then if the rootfs have
> problem we can just reflash the rootfs partition. also 200M is enough for rootfs:)
> 
> what do you think?
> 
> Best Regards
> -- 
> Xiangfu Liu
> Email: xiangfu at qi-hardware dot com
> Web: http://www.qi-hardware.com
> 
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