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Re: Calculating free and dirty blocks
> Does anyone know the most (time) efficient way to calculate the number
> of free and dirty blocks in a jffs file system (from within the kernel
> of course)?
I'm not sure exactly what you're trying to calculate.
The free and dirty sizes in bytes are available as fmc->dirty_size and
(fmc->flash_size - (fmc->used_size + fmc->dirty_size)), respectively. The
existing jffs_garbage_collect() uses these to determine when to stop.
Are those what you wanted?