ext2_lookup() and i_count
scote1 at Matrox.COM
Fri May 12 15:15:59 EDT 2000
Alexander Larsson a écrit :
> On Thu, 11 May 2000, David Woodhouse wrote:
> First create your to be filesystem in a directory (call it e.g. img_dir),
> then run "mkfs.jffs img_dir > fs.jffs", this creates an image fs.jffs that
> you can copy to your flash (in the case of an mtdram flash, just do "cat
> fs.jffs > /dev/mtd0". Then mount the flash "mount -t jffs /dev/mtdblock0
> Then just go to /mnt/jffs and play around with the filesystem. Not
> everything works well right now, rename isn't implemented, and unlink
> seems to have some problems.
I tried this out today and encoutered some problems. Most file
operations work well (cp, rm ln -s) but I have two problems.
First, big file don't get mounted on the filesystem (by big I mean a few
hundred Ks). I tried to track the problem without luck. Second, the
command df always reports dans the device is full. Since
jffs_scan_flash()'s reports are ok, I'm wondering where df takes the
Did you run into similar problems?
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