[PATCH 2/2] nanddump: add --nobad to read bad blocks
Jon.Povey at racelogic.co.uk
Mon Sep 13 01:50:04 EDT 2010
Mike Frysinger wrote:
> Sometimes dumping bad blocks is useful, like when the data isn't
> bad but the OOB layout isn't what the kernel is expecting or is
> screwed up. The --nobad option allows just that.
> +"-N --nobad Read without bad block skipping\n"
This doesn't seem like a good name for the option to me. A useful option but an unintuitive name, "nobad" sounds like it is going to omit bad blocks, where actually it is going to include them.
"noskipbad" or "includebad" would seem to be better.
I see this got pushed already though..
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