How to change filesystem size of root
s.hauer at pengutronix.de
Fri Apr 14 23:34:36 PDT 2017
On Fri, Apr 14, 2017 at 03:03:36PM +0800, 张忠山 wrote:
> 在 2017年04月14日 11:48, 张忠山 写道:
> > When transfer a large file to root through tftp. "Out of memory" error
> > like this:
> > # tftp /xy7520/output_file.rbf a.rbf
> > T [###########write: Out of memory ]
> > My board has 1G ddr but the file jus 23M. So the memory large enough to
> > hold the file.
> > I think it should have a method to adjust the filesystem's size of root.
> > But I can't find it.
> > Help me please.
> Juct change the size of "MALLOC_SIZE"
Which size was configured? Normally you can specify it to 0x0 and
barebox figures out a good malloc space area automatically. That would
be roughly half of the memory. (This is at least true for ARM)
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