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Re: garbage collect

David Woodhouse wrote:

> The only time the mtdblock interface is useful is when the underlying
> memory device is RAM. AFAIK Linux doesn't allow you to register a block
> device with a blocksize as large as the erase blocks of most flash chips we
> use.
> So it's not really likely to be used that often, and especially not with
> partitioning. JFFS only uses it to find a handle to the real MTD device,
> and I'm hoping to change that fairly shortly.
> --
> dwmw2

How do you plan to do that? I mean avoid using mtdblock to mount JFFS