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Re: I/O error copying file to jffs, no obvous problem in jffs log?
> Ok, here it is. It seems that it fails inside "jffs_do_readpage_nolock(
> )" (with an error of -5 (EIO, I think)) which is called from
Aha. 1qresult is set to -EIO at the beginning, and never changed because
offset >= inode->i_size. Make it zero the page and return 0 in that situation.
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