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Re: JFFS is not broken (Was: JFFS broken?)
> - Later versions of JFFS sometimes causes flash writes of one byte at
> an odd address. Our copy_from function was reading cached data that was
> out of date. (Yes that was exacly what you pointed out in the "missing
> cache flush" thread at the linux-kernel list a while back). I'm sorry I
> wasted your time with this one.
Cool. I love it when it's not my fault. Thanks for letting me know :)
> - The number of reserved blocks has increased.
> But since we haven't had any problem using only 5 blocks before I
> think I'll stick to that.
Fair enough. The default is overly-conservative because I prefer people to
complain that they got -ENOSPC than to complain that it ate their
filesystem. We should probably document it better, or even make it a config
> Does JFFS ever fragment inodes when doing garbage collect?
JFFS1, no. AFAICR. JFFS2 does, when it has to cross into a new eraseblock.
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