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SubjectRe: What is in ubifs-2.6.git
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On Tue, 2008-09-30 at 14:25 +0530, Amit Kumar Sharma wrote:
> Hi Artem
>
> OneNAND can support for full block read also in sync burst
> block read mode ,so why u want to limit bulk read only for 4
> pages , with sync burst enable u can read max 64 pages.
> so in place of max 4 pages , u can set max to 64 it will be
> improve performance if sync burst mode is upported.

Actually UBIFS reads up to whole eraseblock. So if you have
a file, and it is resided in consecutive NAND pages of an
eraseblock, and UBIFS has decided to do read-ahead, it would
read whole eraseblock. So for OneNAND, indeed UBIFS may read
up to 64 NAND pages at one go.

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Best regards,
Artem Bityutskiy (Битюцкий Артём)

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