No space left on almost empty JFFS2 filesystem
Paul van Gool
paul.vangool at rinconnetworks.com
Wed Jun 25 15:44:21 EDT 2003
Jörn and Jasmine,
thanks for the feedback. I'll give it a try.
On Wed, Jun 25, 2003 at 08:49:33PM +0200, Jörn Engel wrote:
> On Wed, 25 June 2003 19:29:54 +0100, Jasmine Strong wrote:
> > On Wednesday, Jun 25, 2003, at 19:24 Europe/London, Paul van Gool wrote:
> > >Creating am image with '-e 0x10000' and running with it, results in:
> > >[snip]
> > Did you erase the flash properly? It looks like it's got messed up
> > somehow.
> > Re- the other point. You need, afaik, to have at least five empty
> > erase blocks
> > before jffs2 will try to write to the flash. This is, yes, half a
> > mibibit.
> > Unless this has changed, Jörn?
> No, it hasn't. The changes were started, but never finished.
> With a PC, I always felt limited by the software available. On Unix,
> I am limited only by my knowledge.
> -- Peter J. Schoenster
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