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It is noted that when going to standby, certain parts of the RAM are saved to flash.  Is this a specific location on the flash chip, or does the power off routine use BFile_* calls to write to a file? -- [[User:Ahelper|Ahelper]] ([[User talk:Ahelper|talk]]) 00:46, 7 December 2014 (EST)
 
It is noted that when going to standby, certain parts of the RAM are saved to flash.  Is this a specific location on the flash chip, or does the power off routine use BFile_* calls to write to a file? -- [[User:Ahelper|Ahelper]] ([[User talk:Ahelper|talk]]) 00:46, 7 December 2014 (EST)
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* I believe it is a specific location on the flash chip. Using the Bfile syscalls would be too slow (have you seen the amount of time it takes to write even a 500 KiB file, let alone create it?), and would fail if the storage memory was full. --[[User:Gbl08ma|Gbl08ma]] ([[User talk:Gbl08ma|talk]]) 16:40, 7 December 2014 (EST)

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Saving to flash on poweroff

It is noted that when going to standby, certain parts of the RAM are saved to flash. Is this a specific location on the flash chip, or does the power off routine use BFile_* calls to write to a file? -- Ahelper (talk) 00:46, 7 December 2014 (EST)

  • I believe it is a specific location on the flash chip. Using the Bfile syscalls would be too slow (have you seen the amount of time it takes to write even a 500 KiB file, let alone create it?), and would fail if the storage memory was full. --Gbl08ma (talk) 16:40, 7 December 2014 (EST)