UBIFS abnormal unaligned access at OneNAND 4KiB page
adrian.hunter at nokia.com
Mon Aug 3 02:40:55 EDT 2009
Kyungmin Park wrote:
> On Mon, Aug 3, 2009 at 3:29 PM, Adrian Hunter<adrian.hunter at nokia.com> wrote:
>> Kyungmin Park wrote:
>>> Now I'm working with 4KiB pagesize OneNAND, I got problem with
>>> unaligned byte align again.
>>> <7>UBIFS DBG (pid 1): read_znode: LEB 78:205824, level 0, 8 branch
>>> <7>UBIFS DBG (pid 1): ubifs_read_node: LEB 78:206016, indexing node,
>>> length 48
>>> onenand_mlc_read_ops_nolock buf c41bda80 1216 48
>>> <7>UBIFS DBG (pid 1): read_znode: LEB 78:206016, level 0, 1 branch
>>> onenand_mlc_read_ops_nolock buf c40a68c0 441 13
>>> onenand_read_bufferram area 0x400, buffer c40a68c0, offset 441, count
>>> <1>Unhandled fault: external abort on non-linefetch (0x1008) at 0xc58805ba
>>> In the previous time, we got the similar case. but the problem gone
>>> with some patch. but it happens again.
>>> Do you have any idea?
>> It is up to your driver to meet your bus requirements. If the bus requires
>> word (2 bytes) aligned accesses then you must check the alignment in the
>> driver and read the ends words separately.
> It's onenand_base.c. Only change is page size is 4KiB. others are same.
>> UBIFS does make unaligned reads to the LPT e.g. reading 13 bytes at offset
> I think so. but now I got the these unaligned reads.
> That's mystery
Well, onenand_read_bufferram seems to check only the 'count', not the 'offset'
Also perhaps the alignment is 32-bits?
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