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Re: JFFS broken?




jonas.holmberg@xxxxxxx.com said:
> Axis flash: write to 0x1b6a6c failed. datum = 3931, verify = 28 
> Didn't write all bytes in flash_safe_writev(). Returned -5 . . .
> JFFS: jffs_write_node: Failed to write, requested 72, wrote 1

> I don't think the problem is in MTD, because I don't get these errors
> with JFFS from linux-2.4.10. 

Definitely looks like a flash driver error. Could happen that way if JFFS 
is trying to write to a location in flash which is already dirty, perhaps? 
Those 'verify' numbers look suspicious to me, though.

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dwmw2



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