[patch] Allow any filesystem on MTD Nand when Read Only

Thomas Gleixner tglx at linutronix.de
Thu May 6 04:02:25 EDT 2004

On Thursday 06 May 2004 09:20, Pantelis Antoniou wrote:
> Maybe you can do something when writting your filesystem image when you
> detect
> a simple bit error you can immediately mark the block bad.
> How many times have you written the block in order for something like
> this to occur?
> It seems to me that when you have a read only partition the solution is
> to be
> carefull when writting your filesystem image.
> First you avoid the bad block altogether, and secondly you always bit
> verify the block. If the verify fails you immediately mark the block as bad
> and move
> on.
> I don't think that nandwrite does it though.

No it doesnt. This could be fixed easily.

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