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Re: JFFS2:0.5 powerfailtesting-checkfs:4.5?
Well, It got "stuck" again. I tried the SysReq, unfortunately I had not enabled
it in the kernel when I had originally compiled it :( So no luck.
No problem. This seems to be repeatable. I recompiled the kernel and this time
made sure that the SysReq works. Well testing is continuing.
P.S. The JFFS2 fs was 56% full last time it got stuck.
David Woodhouse wrote:
> firstname.lastname@example.org said:
> > About 2 days. It was most likely stuck in garbage collecting- but I
> > have not way to prove that of course.
> Hmmm. How full was the filesystem? We shouldn't be seeing infinite GC,
> under any circumstances.
> > > Did you try SysRq-T and/or SysRq-P to see what it was doing at the time?
> > What is this? and how do I do it?
> If you have a keyboard, then as I believe you're testing on PC hardware the
> SysRq sequence is Alt-PrtSc. Press the 'T' key at the same time to make it
> list all tasks, and the 'P' key to print the current EIP. Other available
> functions are listed in Documentation/sysrq.txt, including the ones to
> change console loglevel.
> > How do I hit SysRq-8? when my console login has not yet been enabled?
> > Through the serial console keyboard?
> The keyboard, if present, should still work for SysRq even before any getty
> is started. Or a BREAK on the serial console followed immediately by the
> command character ('T','P' or '8', or whatever else you desire) should also
> > :), run over a weekend! Not asking that much am I?
> Heh. I suppose not :)
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