jlavi at iki.fi
Mon May 6 08:19:30 EDT 2002
> Er, yes, that is concerning. Does it say why? If it's only occasional, then
> it's almost certainly memory allocation problems.
I have caught the message 8 times. It doesn't occur rather seldom when I have
been benchmarking JFFS2 over the weekend.
On five cases the first line was "Unknown INCOMPAT nodetype C002 at 0020293C"
On all 8 cases the next lines are "jffs2_do_read_inode(): No data
nodes found for ino #" then "Eep. read_inode() failed for ino #"
Last year there were two reports about C002 type node: 28 Jun 2001 Frederic
Giasson, and 08 Aug 2001 Xavier DEBREUIL. Is this the same problem they had?
> It would be useful if you could provide a profiling run from the
Do you mean kernel profiling? I am using JFFS2 on an Arm based device and
kernel profiling is not available for Arm or is it?
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