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what is 'boota' in uboot env?

Question asked by chadrick kwag on Mar 31, 2016
Latest reply on Sep 22, 2017 by DiegoFSL

I'm looking at the envs in my uboot and here it is:

 

baudrate=115200                                                                                          

bootargs=console=ttymxc0,115200 init=/init video=mxcfb0:dev=hdmi,1920x1080M@60,bpp=32 video=mxcfb1:off      video=mxcfb:off video=mxcfb3:off vmalloc=256M androidboot.console=ttymxc0 consolebalank=0      androidboot.hardware=freescale cma=384M

bootcmd=boota mmc1

bootdelay=3

ethact=FEC

ethaddr=00:04:9f:03:ef:39

ethprime=FEC

fastboot_dev=mmc1

fdt_high=0xffffffff

initrd_high=0xffffffff

loadaddr=0x12000000

splashpos=m,m

 

I don't understand what "bootcmd" values mean. Especially what is 'boota'? I've searched on google and it doesn't give me any meaningful results.

 

Another question that i have, is that once uboot executes bootcmd, does it automatically execute a kernel initiaing command with 'bootargs' by itself?

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