Zynq : Disabling cache for OCM
eng.istic at gmail.com
Mon May 30 09:49:12 UTC 2016
Is the RAM_INT_1 flag in the linker is defining the OCM ?
What I want is to disable cache for the region with origin as 0xFFFF0000
and the attribute 0x04de2. ( S=b0 TEX=b100 AP=b11, Domain=b1111, C=b0,
B=b0). Is there a function on RTEMS that can do that ?
For the flags I've found in the linker NOCACHE
Is this flag is used to disable cache on a particular region ?
2016-05-22 1:39 GMT+02:00 Chris Johns <chrisj at rtems.org>:
> On 19/05/2016 6:47 PM, Sw-Hw Eng wrote:
>> I'm porting an application to RTEMS and I was looking to a way to
>> disable the L2 cache using tlb attributes. The xilinx function I want to
>> use is this :
>> Extern u32 MMUTable
>> void Xil_SetTlbAttributes(u32 addr, u32 attrib)
>> u32 *ptr;
>> u32 section;
>> section = addr / 0x100000;
>> ptr = &MMUTable + section;
>> *ptr = (addr & 0xFFF00000) | attrib;
>> mtcp(XREG_CP15_INVAL_UTLB_UNLOCKED, 0);
>> /* Invalidate all branch predictors */
>> mtcp(XREG_CP15_INVAL_BRANCH_ARRAY, 0);
>> Can you please help me on how to do this calling the mmu table under
> Why not define the area as ARMV7_MMU_DEVICE in the MMU table to start
> with? If you look into what ARMV7_MMU_DEVICE is you will see the MMU flags
> used. If you do this there is no need to change the setting using the type
> of code yo posted.
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