I have added the HTTP Server demo to the SDK manifest, and successfully compiled and been able to run the demo web server successfully using SDK 2.3.0, with MCUXpresso IDE v10.1.1 [Build 606] [2018-01-02]
The FSL_FEATURE_PHYKSZ8081_USE_RMII50M_MODE define was missing, stopping the PHY from initializing, so it fits in RAM. ( I suspect this should be in MIMXRT1052_features.h ).
I think I have modified my project to XIP ( as per "SDK Examples: Converting a RAM project to XIP from Flash" ), and it will execute from a power up without the debugger.
This however only works with SRAM_DTC as the data area. Using SRAM_OC or BOARD_SDRAM results in various problems - typically hanging indefinitely on what appear to be uninitialized semaphores, which seemed to be be cache coherency problems.
I have added the script for the SDRAM init in the debugger, and when editing the MCU memory table used the 'Generate configuration files for debug' to the Debug directory, and also selected 'Refresh MCU Cache' - although just what this achieves and what it sets is unclear to me.
The DTC ram is nearly fully at 128k, so I want to use a larger area - either the 256k OC ram, or for bigger projects the 16MB SDRAM. If I comment out the SCB_EnableDCache(); in BOARD_ConfigMPU(), I can run either in the debugger or standalone from power up in either 256k On chip RAM or 16MB DRAM, but very slow because of the lack of data cache.
I can't find any code other than the BOARD_ConfigMPU() and SystemInit() that accesses any of the Cache or MPU registers
I have tried removing the ARM_MPU_Enable(MPU_CTRL_PRIVDEFENA_Msk); instead of the SCB_EnableDCache(); but this still failed in the same manner.
I have performed the Mass Erase using the Hello World XIP project, but if I attempt it from this project the dialogue hangs right at the start.
Can anyone provide details of how to manage the Cache configuration for different memory segments / devices for the Data cache?