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Re: JFFS2 & NAND
On Sunday, 17. February 2002 18:25, David Woodhouse wrote:
> firstname.lastname@example.org said:
> > Maybe we could reduce the information to a filesystem type and define
> > the oob-layout as constants in a .h file. That would be less overhead
> > but gives the flexibility for both chip and filesystem driver to use
> > free oob layouts. It would be not a big hack to rearrange it that way.
> I think that might be best. After all, there are only a limited number of
> such arrangements.
> I'd actually like to overhaul all the oob and ecc stuff in the mtd_info
> structure - I don't like any of it very much. If we can make do with the
> existing API for a while longer, then we can give some serious thought to
> its replacement.
I looked for the usage of eectype in MTD. There's only nand.c, which writes a
value to this field. We could use a OR-value for the oob-configuration and
use this field for our oob-layout selection.
Thomas Gleixner, autronix automation GmbH
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