When using the FCM to boot an MPC8315 out of large-page nand flash, how many page address cycles are used?
We would like to boot out of a 4Gb large page NAND, which uses two cycles of column address followed by three cycles of page address. The part is a Micron MT29F4G08ABADAWP.
We know that for 1Gb or smaller devices only two cycles of page address are required. We are hoping that the FCM does not assume a 1Gb or smaller flash, that would mean the maximum size NAND we could boot out of would be 128Mbytes, which isn't any larger than we can get using a small page flash part.
I know that we can set the page address cycles after boot using FMR[AL], which in our case we will want FMR[AL]=01 to give us three cycles (bytes). I am just wondering what it uses at power up.
Has anyone out there successfully booted out of a 2Gb or larger NAND flash part?