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Re: No space left on device
--- David Woodhouse <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> email@example.com said:
> > You're absolutely right, the erasesize for /dev/mtd2 is 0x40000.
> > can't figure out how to change this though. Aren't these values
> > detected from CFI? Can i shortcircuit that?
> It's a function of the hardware. You can't change it without a
> soldering iron.
Well, that was a fun week. From looking at
drivers/mtd/chips/amd_flash.c, i can tell that theoretically some chips
have smaller erasesizes. Maybe i can find another test board with one
of those flash chips somewhere.
Can anyone recommend anything? "implement a flash filesystem that can
be dynamically altered on a uClinux/coldfire based board" is the
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