[USB stack ver 4.1.1] a code issue in msd_mfs_generic host demo

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[USB stack ver 4.1.1] a code issue in msd_mfs_generic host demo

The USB OTG module in Kinetis parts uses a Buffer Descriptor Table (BDT) in system memory to manage USB endpoint communications, the BDT is a a 512-byte buffer and there are 3 registers in USB module to contain the base address for it, and it must be 512-byte aligned otherwise there would be issue during transfer.

In USB stack ver 4.1.1, some Kinetis old parts like K60N512, K20D72M have the demo project basked on CodeWarrior ARM compiler, and in khci_kinetis.c, bdt is defined as following:

#define _BDT_RESERVED_SECTION_

#if(defined _BDT_RESERVED_SECTION_)

#ifdef __CWCC__

#pragma define_section usb_bdt ".usb_bdt" RW

__declspec(usb_bdt) uint_8_ptr bdt;


but since the base address is defined as below:

#define BDT_BASE               ((uint_32*)(bdt))


so the bdt definition is not correct , and we have to change it as below:

#define _BDT_RESERVED_SECTION_

#if(defined _BDT_RESERVED_SECTION_)

#ifdef __CWCC__

#pragma define_section usb_bdt ".usb_bdt" RW

__declspec(usb_bdt) uint_8 bdt[512];//uint_8_ptr bdt;


and the definition for usb_dbt section can be found in MK20X256_flash.lcf.


with above modification, we can make the demo of "msd_mfs_generic" work well as expected.


Please kindly refer to the following result got from TWR-K20D72M.

FAT demo

Waiting for USB mass storage to be attached...

Mass Storage Device Attached

******************************************************************************

* FATfs DEMO *

* Configuration:  LNF Enabled, Code page =1258 *

******************************************************************************

******************************************************************************

* DRIVER OPERATION *

******************************************************************************

  1. 1. Demo function: f_mount

  Initializing logical drive 0...

  Initialization complete

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

  1. 2. Demo functions:f_getfree, f_opendir, f_readdir

getting drive 0 attributes...............

Logical drive 0 attributes:

FAT type = FAT16

Bytes/Cluster = 2048

Number of FATs = 2

Root DIR entries = 512

Sectors/FAT = 250

Number of clusters = 63858

FAT start (lba) = 36

DIR start (lba,clustor) = 536

Data start (lba) = 568

...

127716 KB total disk space.

127624 KB available.

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

******************************************************************************

* DRECTORY OPERATION *

******************************************************************************

  1. 1. Demo functions:f_opendir, f_readdir

Directory listing...

    ----A 2014/04/16 17:25     32253  tek00000.png

    ----A 2014/04/16 17:34     31451  tek00001.png

    ----A 2014/07/04 14:57     20549  tek00002.png

    DR--- 2010/12/25 23:30         0 DIRECT~1

    D---- 2010/01/01 00:00         0 DIRECT~2

3    File(s),     84253 bytes total

2    Dir(s)

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

  1. 2. Demo functions:f_mkdir

  1. 2.0. Create <Directory_1>
  2. 2.1. Create <Directory_2>
  3. 2.2. Create <Sub1> as a sub directory of <Directory_1>
  4. 2.3. Directory list

Directory listing...

    ----A 2014/04/16 17:25     32253  tek00000.png

    ----A 2014/04/16 17:34     31451  tek00001.png

    ----A 2014/07/04 14:57     20549  tek00002.png

    DR--- 2010/12/25 23:30         0 DIRECT~1

    D---- 2010/01/01 00:00         0 DIRECT~2

3    File(s),     84253 bytes total

2    Dir(s)

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

  1. 3. Demo functions:f_getcwd, f_chdir

  1. 3.0. Get the current directory

    CWD: 0:/

  1. 3.1. Change current directory to <Directory_1>
  2. 3.2. Directory listing

Directory listing...

    D---- 2010/01/01 00:00         0  .

    D---- 2010/01/01 00:00         0  ..

    D---- 2010/01/01 00:00         0  sub1

0    File(s),         0 bytes total

3    Dir(s)

  1. 3.3. Get the current directory

    CWD: 0:/Directory_1

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

  1. 4. Demo functions:f_stat(File status), f_chmod, f_utime

  1. 4.1. Get directory information of <Directory_1>

    DR--- 2010/12/25 23:30         0 Directory_1

  1. 4.2  Change the timestamp of Directory_1 to 12.25.2010: 23h 30' 20
  2. 4.3. Set Read Only Attribute to Directory_1
  3. 4.4. Get directory information (Directory_1)

    DR--- 2010/12/25 23:30         0 Directory_1

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

  1. 5. Demo functions:f_rename

Rename <sub1> to <sub1_renamed> and move it to <Directory_2>

Directory listing...

    D---- 2010/01/01 00:00         0  .

    D---- 2010/01/01 00:00         0  ..

    D---A 2010/01/01 00:00         0 SUB1_R~1

0    File(s),         0 bytes total

3    Dir(s)

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

  1. 6. Demo functions:f_unlink

Delete Directory_1/sub1_renamed

Directory listing...

    D---- 2010/01/01 00:00         0  .

    D---- 2010/01/01 00:00         0  ..

0    File(s),         0 bytes total

2    Dir(s)

******************************************************************************

* FILE OPERATION *

******************************************************************************

  1. 1. Demo functions:f_open,f_write, f_printf, f_putc, f_puts, fclose

  1. 1.0. Create new file <New_File_1> (f_open)

    File size =    0

  1. 1.1. Write data to <New_File_1>(f_write)
  2. 1.2. Flush cached data

    File size =   52

  1. 1.3. Write data to <New_File_1> (f_printf)
  2. 1.4. Flush cached data

    File size =  103

  1. 1.5. Write data to <New_File_1> (f_puts)
  2. 1.6. Flush cached data

    File size =  152

  1. 1.7. Write data to <New_File_1> uses f_putc function
  2. 1.8. Flush cached data

    File size =  199

  1. 1.9. Close file <New_File_1>

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

  1. 2. Demo functions:f_open,f_read, f_seek, f_gets, f_close

  1. 2.0. Open <New_File_1> to read (f_open)
  2. 2.1. Get a string from file (f_gets)

    Line 1: Write data to  file uses f_write function

  1. 2.2. Get the rest of file content (f_read)

    Line 2: Write data to file uses f_printf function

Line 3: Write data to file uses f_puts function

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  1. 2.3. Close file (f_close)

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

  1. 3. Demo functions:f_stat, f_utime, f_chmod

  1. 3.1. Get  information of <New_File_1> file (f_stat)

    ----A 2010/01/01 00:00       199  New_File_1.dat

  1. 3.2  Change the timestamp of Directory_1 to 12.25.2010: 23h 30' 20 (f_utime)
  2. 3.3. Set Read Only Attribute to <New_File_1> (f_chmod)
  3. 3.4. Get directory information of <New_File_1> (f_stat)

    -R--A 2010/12/25 23:30       199  New_File_1.dat

  1. 3.5. Clear Read Only Attribute of <New_File_1> (f_chmod)
  2. 3.6. Get directory information of <New_File_1>

    ----A 2010/12/25 23:30       199  New_File_1.dat

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

  1. 4. Demo functions:f_ulink

Rename <New_File_1.dat> to  <File_Renamed.txt>

Directory listing...

    D---- 2010/01/01 00:00         0  .

    D---- 2010/01/01 00:00         0  ..

    ----A 2010/12/25 23:30       199  FILE_R~1.TXT

1    File(s),       199 bytes total

2    Dir(s)

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

  1. 5. Demo functions:f_truncate

Truncate file <File_Renamed.txt>

  1. 5.0. Open <File_Renamed.txt> to write
  2. 5.1. Seek file pointer

    Current file pointer:    0

    File pointer after seeking:  102

  1. 5.2. Truncate file

    File size =  102

  1. 5.3. Close file

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

  1. 6. Demo functions:f_forward

  1. 6.0. Open <File_Renamed.txt> to read
  2. 6.1. Forward file to terminal

Line 1: Write data to  file uses f_write function

Line 2: Write data to file uses f_printf function

  1. 6.2. Close file

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

  1. 7. Demo functions:f_ulink

Delete <File_Renamed.txt>

Directory listing...

    D---- 2010/01/01 00:00         0  .

    D---- 2010/01/01 00:00         0  ..

0    File(s),         0 bytes total

2    Dir(s)

*------------------------------ DEMO COMPLETED    ------------------------ *

******************************************************************************

Comments

The same issue IAR tools, when user build the stack with IAR, bdt is defined as below:

sf.png

Since there is no section defined as usb_bdt, it would be pointed to 0x00000000 where internal flash is, so would cause bus error issue. It is fixed after changing the definition as the following:

#elif defined __IAR_SYSTEMS_ICC__
      #pragma segment = "usb_bdt"

        #pragma data_alignment = 512

      __no_init static uint_8 bdt[512] @ "usb_bdt";

Hope that helps,

B.R

Kan

Hi Kan_LI,

I'm asking if my issue bellow is not linked with this note above?

https://community.nxp.com/message/848331?commentID=848331#comment-848331

But I'm not able to know if I'm concerned by this note??...

I'm on the K70 120m, with KDS, and MQX 4.1.1

Thank

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