Can someone please provide some more details about the 192 KB limit in the FSBL? in "Zynq-7000 All Programmable SoC Software Developers Guide" the following is stated:
"The size of the FSBL loaded into OCM is limited to 192 kilobyte. The full 256 kilobyte is available after the FSBL begins executing."
So does this mean that my FSBL CAN be larger than 192 KB?
The FSBL code is presumably loaded from (in my case) QSPI flash into OCM from where it begins executing. Does this mean that I have the other 64 KB available at runtime, but only after the code begins?
In practice, what steps can I take (linker settings, stack, heap, etc.), if any, so I can use the full 256 KB?
In my application, I cannot use execute-in-place (XIP) mode.