2008-04-02 07:55:49     Is Rootfs cacheable ??????

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2008-04-02 07:55:49     Is Rootfs cacheable ??????

kang p (INDIA)

Message: 53535   

 

Hi

 

Would like to know ,whether the rootfs is cacheable or not ?

As from cat /proc/cplbinfo ,seems to be non-cacheable.

 

If it's non-cacheable ,

how do we change to cacheable ?

 

I'm using the custom bf533-board ,2007R1-Rc3 distribution version.

 

please provide few pointers to resolve.

 

 

thanx

-kang

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2008-04-02 10:30:46     Re: Is Rootfs cacheable ??????

Mike Frysinger (UNITED STATES)

Message: 53544    it depends on what type of filesystem your rootfs is.  if you're using the uclinux mtd, then it dont be cached directly.  it will however go through the vfs cache.  all other rootfs setups will be cached.

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