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JFFS2 question (erasing_size/bad_size)

  I currently am testing a 2.4.9 kernel (linux-2.4.9-ac10-rmk2-np1-lrd1) on
a Brightstar Engineering NanoEngine with the MTD drivers for my flash and
the nanoengine flash. I am running the JFFS2 filesystem on a partition at
the end of the nanoengine flash (currently  Larry Doolittle's default

I have the debug level set to 1 and I see many of the following messages as
I copy a large file to the filesystem:
Triggering GC pass. nr_free_blocks 0, nr_erasing_blocks 4, free_size
 dirty_size 0x0005b5c0, used_size 0x000a0060, erasing_size 0x00000000,
0x00000000 (total 0x00100000 of 0x00100000) 

  Should I worry about the "erasing_size 0x0..0 bad_size 0x0..0" part of the

  Thank you,

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