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Re: JFFS2 number of reserved blocks for GC?
David Woodhouse wrote:
> email@example.com said:
> > A "df" of a JFFS2 fs shows that the number of blocks reserved for GC
> > to be 8!
> > Is that the minimum needed by design or in there "just to be safe for
> > now" and will come down to a more optimum level?
> Odd. It should be five, I believe.
I put in a larger chip, but it's still 8 blocks.
dev: size erasesize name
mtd0: 00800000 00040000 "Partition 1" /* Ignore me*/
mtd1: 00800000 00040000 "Partition 1" /* Ignore me */
mtd2: 00008000 00000400 "FRAM memory" /*<--- This is the one*/
This is a blank fs.
/dev/mtdblock2 32 8 24 25% /mnt/jffs2
> And yes, it's a very pessimistic setting
> to make sure we've got everything else sane before we get involved in
> trying to optimise it.
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