I'm programming an embedded system using a custom board that has two types of memory on the board, 2MB of SRAM and 128 MB of SDRAM.
My operating system and application have broken the 2MB limit and so I need to start using the SDRAM too. I have some large data structures that if I could just get those into SDRAM it would probably solve the problem.
I know the address for both types of memory. How do I get my data structures to be store in the SDRAM?
You need to change the linker script. The linker script is a file that defines the memory layout used for the program.
According to the documentation (see: memory organization) (http://www.gaisler.com/cms/index.php?option=com_content&id=15&Itemid=112&limit=9&limitstart=171),
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