The GPIO header on the Jetson Nano has essentially the same Pinout as the Raspberry Pi. However, I cannot find any documentation on the I2C bus that is on Pins 27 and 28.
On the Raspberry Pi, these pins are queried during boot to check if any external accessories have an EEPROM chip on board. According to the official Raspberry Pi Specification, these pins are not to be used for anything besides ID EEPROM.
Does the Jetson Nano query these pins on boot like the Raspberry Pi, or are they just a normal I2C bus?