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pamu and dpaa

Question asked by H VO on Oct 2, 2017
Latest reply on Oct 2, 2017 by ufedor

I have some questions about the PAMU and DPAA. 


1) If I run single core on the T1040, I might not need to use PAMU.  I can access PCIe devices through the use of LAWs (like what uboot does).  Correct?

2) However I would need to set up PAMU if I want to use the DPAA (i.e. for Ethernet).   Correct?

3) But reading this in the T1040RM "When the PAMU is enabled, any hardware module in the SoC other than the cores access memory through PAMU" makes me think that once the PAMU is enabled, accessing PCIe will have to be through the PAMU.  Is that true?