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> Root_flash_size, why should I not change this?
nevarrie
post May 7 2006, 08:09 PM
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I am working on getting e-image working on the SL6000 tosa. as of right now I can only use e-image-core due to the fact that it is 34mb and the tosa has a ROOT_FLASH_SIZE=32. At least this is my undestanding.

What are the reasons I would not want to change this to using 45 instead or 32 or some other number?

Also if this is not where i need to make the changes where woudl this need to be done?
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post May 7 2006, 09:56 PM
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QUOTE(nevarrie @ May 8 2006, 06:09 AM)
I am working on getting e-image working on the SL6000 tosa.  as of right now I can only use e-image-core due to the fact that it is 34mb and the tosa has a ROOT_FLASH_SIZE=32.  At least this is my undestanding.

What are the reasons I would not want to change this to using 45 instead or 32 or some other number?

Also if this is not where i need to make the changes where woudl this need to be done?
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Currently you can not change your rootfs size in OZ because
a) updater.sh doesn't support repartitioning
b) the rootfs size is (IIRC) hardcoded into the kernel
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lardman
post May 8 2006, 02:17 AM
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But if you'd like to work on allowing the rootfs size to change (looking at what pdaX/cacko have used, etc., I'm sure people would be quite happy.


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post May 8 2006, 03:56 AM
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QUOTE(lardman @ May 8 2006, 12:17 PM)
But if you'd like to work on allowing the rootfs size to change (looking at what pdaX/cacko have used, etc., I'm sure people would be quite happy.


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Heh, just be careful, updater.sh can be quite ugly laugh.gif
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