jffs2: Too few erase blocks (1)
dzuy at infinity-studios.com
Mon Feb 9 23:16:05 EST 2009
I think I'll just use ext2. ext2 doesn't mind small partition. Writing
should work the same as dd.
Ricard Wanderlof wrote:
> On Mon, 9 Feb 2009, Dzuy Nguyen wrote:
>> Thanks, Ricard. I didn't realize that jffs2 is not suitable for a small
>> partition. Yes,
>> 64K is all I can afford. I suppose I can dd the file, but doesn't that
>> provide no wear
>> leveling feature that jffs2 does?
> No. But with one eraseblock you can't get much wear levelling anyway.
> It might not be too difficult to write an application that appends
> new data to existing data to the partition, erasing the whole block when
> it fills up and write the latest. Then you need something that will search
> for the latest version of the file. Something that jffs2 does, but on a
> smaller scale, acceptable for your application.
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