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SubjectRe: dtb size limit? was Re: Tiny dts change breaks boot on n900
Am 10.11.2014 um 12:58 schrieb Pavel Machek:
> If I replace the blo[ck] below with
>
> a = <1>;
> b = <2>;
> c = <3>;
> d = <4>;
>
> Resulting kernel boots. Replacing it with
>
> a-really-long-attribute-name-hopefully-this-breaks-stuff = <1>;
> b = <2>;
> c = <3>;
> d = <4>;
>
> Breaks the boot. I'm using dtb append option. Any ideas? Nonbooting
> dtb is 68910 bytes.

Did you verify that your initrd, if any, does not overlap the end of the
kernel when loading it from the bootloader?

Andreas

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