Commit ac5769cb authored by Patrick Delaunay's avatar Patrick Delaunay
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stm32mp1: remove fdt_high and initrd_high in environment

Remove fdt_high and initrd_high (set to 0xffffffff) in stm32mp1 board
enviromnent, and U-Boot always relocate FDT and initrd in bootm command.

This relocation is limited by CONFIG_SYS_BOOTMAPSZ which indicates
the size of the memory region where it is safe to place data passed
to the Linux kernel (DTB, initrd), it is
a) Less than or equal to RAM size.
b) not within the kernel's highmem region

So 256M seems large enough in most circumstances and users
can override this value via environment variable "bootm_mapsize"
if needed.

This modification increases the boot time but avoid assumption
on aligned address for bootm command.

A user can still define this variables themselves if the FDT or
initrd is either left in-place or copied to a specific location.
Signed-off-by: Patrick Delaunay's avatarPatrick Delaunay <>
Reviewed-by: Tom Rini's avatarTom Rini <>
parent eb49dce0
......@@ -43,8 +43,14 @@
* For booting Linux, use the first 256 MB of memory, since this is
* the maximum mapped by the Linux kernel during initialization.
/* Extend size of kernel image for uncompression */
/* SPL support */
......@@ -215,8 +221,6 @@
"pxefile_addr_r=0xc4200000\0" \
"splashimage=0xc4300000\0" \
"ramdisk_addr_r=0xc4400000\0" \
"fdt_high=0xffffffff\0" \
"initrd_high=0xffffffff\0" \
"altbootcmd=run bootcmd\0" \
"env_default=1\0" \
"env_check=if test $env_default -eq 1;"\
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