[RFC PATCH 0/2] spi: add dual parallel & stacked mode support in Zynq MPSoC GQSPI controller
Ranjit Abhimanyu Waghmode
ranjit.waghmode at xilinx.com
Fri Jul 17 05:03:48 PDT 2015
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> Subject: Re: [RFC PATCH 0/2] spi: add dual parallel & stacked mode support in
> Zynq MPSoC GQSPI controller
> On Thu, Jul 16, 2015 at 07:27:34AM +0000, Ranjit Abhimanyu Waghmode wrote:
> > For an example take two flashes connected in stacked mode.
> > For user it doesn't matter whether how many flashes are really connected.
> > There will be situation like, single partition is spread across two flashes
> (partition staring at the end of one flash and continued to the second flash). But
> it has to be shown contiguous to user.
> > In this scenario, I am not clear how MTD layer will handle the case.
> > It would be great if you could just put some light on it.
> That's something for the MTD layer or possibly even a layer above it to worry
> about - this situation is the same as we have with disks where we have md which
> combines other devices, if something similar is needed for flash we should use a
> similar pattern.
Kindly help in understanding, how can we represent the stacked mode and parallel mode changes in MTD layer?
Thanks & Regards,
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