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RE: jffs hangs



> Any clues?

Rephrase: has anyone successfully used jffs1 in linux 2.4.9 or 2.4.10?

> thread_should_wake(): free=300624, dirty=68, blocksize=65536.
> thread_should_wake(): free=300624, dirty=68, blocksize=65536.
> thread_should_wake(): free=300624, dirty=68, blocksize=65536.
> thread_should_wake(): free=300624, dirty=68, blocksize=65536.
> thread_should_wake(): free=300624, dirty=68, blocksize=65536.
> thread_should_wake(): free=300624, dirty=68, blocksize=65536.
> thread_should_wake(): free=300624, dirty=68, blocksize=65536.
> thread_should_wake(): free=300624, dirty=68, blocksize=65536.
> thread_should_wake(): free=300624, dirty=68, blocksize=65536.
> .
> .
> .
> <infinity>

Is this perhaps normal behaviour of the GC-thread? I cannot, however, start
any new processes at all on my system. It responds to ping though.

/Jonas

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