Do I have to umount JFFS2?

Steven Scholz steven.scholz at
Thu Dec 15 07:25:00 EST 2005

Jarkko Lavinen wrote:
> On Thu, Dec 15, 2005 at 11:12:31AM +0100, ext Steven Scholz wrote:
>>Now I wonder if it is needed to umount this partition explicitly before
>>rebooting? Or mount it read only first by having
> JFFS2 is synhronous except for the write buffer (used with Nand chips).  
> Doing sync is enough and flushes the write buffer.

Is "sync()" done by the kernel before reboot? Or do I have to call "sync"?


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