I have attempted to migrate over a couple of nRF52 projects built around device manager to the new peer manager in SDK 11 that are built with eclipse and GCC. However, I am seeing the exact same behavior after each attempt. I am following the migration tutorial and everything to builds just fine but running in debug shows the application getting hung up at flash address 0x10 and disassembly shows the following:
00000000: beq.n 0xee
00000002: movs r1, r0
00000004: movs r0, r0
00000006: movs r0, r0
00000008: movs r0, r0
0000000a: movs r0, r0
0000000c: movs r3, r0
0000000e: movs r0, r0
00000010: ; <UNDEFINED> instruction: 0xffffffff
The undefined instruction continues until address 0x1000, or one block of flash.
I also tried creating a new project around the example relay project that uses the peer manager but again, same result.
It seems that the fs_config is ignoring the flash start address in the linker script is wiping out the Softdevice flash for storage space (this is just a guess). I'm not sure how to fix this quickly or correctly.