just let the the uncompress take more parameter for the properties
buf, and every cpu find the correct buffer in RAM in BSP should be
OK...because the RAM on first node is ready at that time.
On 5/24/06, Carl-Daniel Hailfinger <c-d.hailfinger.devel.2006(a)gmx.net> wrote:
uncompress Code is shared because it is rom. and
every CPU has its own
stack on its cache.
So a decompressor is in ROM, reads from ROM, writes to RAM and has its
stack in cache? Or do we uncompress to cache?
How big is that cache? I can modify lzma to only need 6000 bytes stack
and no additional memory allocations.
Are reads from ROM special (alignment problems etc)? Can I treat stack
like normal RAM?