Filesystem Driver Panic
matthewcochran at yahoo.com
Sun May 12 20:48:07 EDT 2002
Here's an example:
I created a FAT partition on the system, and formatted
it to the same. I copied one set of files to it, and
restarted the machine.
I needed to change one of the files, but when I
removed the file I got:
Filesystem Panic (dev 5d:01)
fat_free: deleting beyond EOF
Filesystem has been set read-only
And then rm fails.
I have also noticed that the files copied to the
filesystem are often corrupted.
You're right, I was unable to reproduce this using
only /dev/nftla. Unfortunately, I can't get syslinux
to work without using partitions. Is there a way out
along this path, or do I need to take another
--- David Woodhouse <dwmw2 at infradead.org> wrote:
> matthewcochran at yahoo.com said:
> > I've been developing a system using kernel 2.4.18
> and the MTD drivers
> > packaged with it on a system with a Millenium DOC.
> I've enabled
> > read-write support and can successfully read the
> test VFAT filesystem
> > on the DOC. However, after multiple writes,
> approximately 6, I get a
> > "filesystem panic" from the kernel, and the device
> is remounted
> > read-only.
> Can you give more details? Can you reproduce by just
> reading from and
> writing to the raw /dev/nftla device?
> It's better to format with their DFORMAT program
> than nftl_format.
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