Does mtd support two-plane page program for nand flash?
falls.huang at gmail.com
Thu Mar 8 21:15:45 EST 2007
You can download its datasheet from here:
K9LAG08U0M/K9HBG08U1M are MLC nand flash ,
MLC NAND flash is becoming more and more popular for its cheap price.
I think It'll make a sense if mtd/jffs3 can support two-plane page
2007/3/7, Jörn Engel <joern at lazybastard.org>:
> On Wed, 7 March 2007 14:57:02 +0800, falls huang wrote:
> > AFAIK , the samsung's nand flash K9LAG08U0M/K9HBG08U1M/K9MCG08U5M
> > support two-plane page program. For example: The K9LAG08U0M is
> > arranged in four 4Gb memory planes.Each plane contains 2,048 blocks
> > and 2112 byte page registers. This allows it to perform simultaneous
> > page program and block erase by selecting one page or block from each
> > plane. ( refer to the datasheet of K9LAG08U0M)
> Interesting. I was wondering when devices like this would show up.
> Do you have a spec for those chips?
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