On 2016-09-15 11:34, Koen Vandeputte wrote: > As indicated by Tim Harvey: > > The 4.4 kernel is not easily sized down to below the 1.5MB limit > imposed by the SPI flash MTD partition mapping. Increase this > to 2MB where it is for NOR flash devices. > Additionally add a check that ensures the kernel fits within > the 2MB limit. > > This resolves boot issues on SPI based boards such as the GW2380/82. > > https://github.com/Gateworks/openwrt/commit/17b860f32fe5739042445eb852109682d6ff7d99 > > Signed-off-by: Koen Vandeputte <koen.vandepu...@ncentric.com> I'm now working on the approach that I encouraged Tim to take when this issue came up last. I think simply bumping the hardcoded kernel/rootfs split partition sizes is a hack at best, my solution involves using mtdsplit to make the kernel/rootfs split dynamic, like on other platforms. >From what I can tell, the old sysupgrade script is written in a way that the image format changes will not break sysupgrade from old firmware to new and vice versa.
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