Can 256K erase blocks work with JFFS2?
dwmw2 at infradead.org
Sun Feb 15 06:08:16 EST 2004
On Sun, 2004-02-15 at 01:53 -0800, Marc Singer wrote:
> When creating the jffs2 filesystem, if I set the erase block size to
> 256 then the filesystem created is twice the size of my total flash
> capacity--can't use it. The default of 64 produces a modest
> filesystem of 5MB.
256 would be a problem. 256KiB would be fine. Precisely what did you
tell mkfs.jffs2, and what version of mkfs.jffs2 is it? Only recent
versions will _assume_ you're lying if you tell it 256 bytes, and
silently assume 256KiB instead.
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