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JFFS2:0 powerfailtesting:3



Ok, I broke it again in power fail testing.

This was code current as of Monday, March 26th, 5pm central time, US.

See console log below for error:
"jffs2_get_inode_nodes() for ino 15 returned -4"

The interesting thing is that when I manually mounted the
fs again, *there were no errors*!!! "mount" was still there
and a "diff" with the original, did not flag anything wrong with
the file either.

So, this was a "soft" error, that went away after a reset.
I have the binary flash image, but I doubt that you'll get anything
from it. Looks like a bug.

Vipin


******CONSOLE LOG*******
<...snip....>
Running /etc/rc. . .
Starting update
Mounting file systems
jffs2:gc:in.643
Waiting for chip to read (68 bytes), status = 7, wait loop = 1
Waiting for chip to read (68 bytes), status = 7, wait loop = 2
Waiting for chip to read (68 bytes), status = 7, wait loop = 3
Waiting for chip to read (68 bytes), status = 7, wait loop = 4
Waiting for chip to read (68 bytes), status = 7, wait loop = 5
Waiting for chip to read (68 bytes), status = 7, wait loop = 6
Waiting for chip to read (68 bytes), status = 7, wait loop = 7
Waiting for chip to read (68 bytes), status = 7, wait loop = 8
Waiting for chip to read (68 bytes), status = 7, wait loop = 9
Waiting for chip to read (68 bytes), status = 7, wait loop = 10
jffs2:gc:out.645
jffs2:gc:in.321
jffs2:gc:out.323
jffs2:gc:in.369
Waiting for chip to read (68 bytes), status = 7, wait loop = 11
jffs2_get_inode_nodes() for ino 15 returned -4
/etc/rc: mount: command not found

{Vipin's comment: ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
See, "mount" disappeared!)


Waiting for chip to read (68 bytes), status = 7, wait loop = 1
jffs2:gc:out.371
Waiting for chip to read (68 bytes), status = 7, wait loop = 2
Waiting for chip to read (68 bytes), status = 7, wait loop = 3
Waiting for chip to read (68 bytes), status = 7, wait loop = 4
rm: /etc/mtab: Read-only file system
/etc/rc: mount: command not found
jffs2:gc:in.643
jffs2:gc:out.645
jffs2:gc:in.643
<..../snip....>

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