EBH with OneNAND doesn't work
forrest.zhao at intel.com
Wed Dec 21 02:40:05 EST 2005
On Wed, 2005-12-21 at 16:24 +0900, Kyungmin Park wrote:
> As you know the OneNAND has only 16bit bandwidth
> When you access OneNAND with 8bit bandwidth, OneNAND can't work correctly
> In the previous JFFS2 w/o EBH, there's no problem with OOB.
> But JFFS2 w/ EBH is different. we have to handle byte access in OneNAND
> p.s, Does it need to check byte access in 'offset', I never see that case.
I think it's OK not checking "offset" as long as the free_oob
exported by OneNAND driver is 16-bit-aligned. EBH is stored only
from the start of a free_oob area.
But not sure if other application will start to store data from
arbitrary offset within a free_oob area in the future.
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