On Tue, Jun 13, 2017 at 03:37:08PM +0200, Daniel Schultz wrote:
> Expand the boot scripts with EMMC and add a default file source for
> expansions.
> 
> Removed "rw" and "rootwait" bootargs from existing boot scripts.
> Added "rootflags='data=journal'" bootarg to SD card boot script.
> 
> Signed-off-by: Daniel Schultz <d.schu...@phytec.de>
> ---
> +#!/bin/sh
> +
> +path="/mnt/tftp"
> +
> +global.bootm.image="${path}/${global.user}-linux-${global.hostname}"
> +
> +oftree="${path}/${global.user}-oftree-${global.hostname}"
> +if [ -f "${oftree}" ]; then
> +    global.bootm.oftree="$oftree"
> +fi
> +
> +nfsroot="/nfsroot/${global.hostname}"

This assumed there is one nfsroot for all users. The intention with the
original naming was that each user can create a link in his home
directory to wherever the nfsroot lives, which may include some globally
available nfsroot for all users. Why change it?

> +bootargs-ip
> +
> +global.linux.bootargs.dyn.root="root=/dev/nfs nfsroot=$nfsroot,vers=3,udp"

Why udp? Normally tcp is preferred, no?

Sascha

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