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SubjectRe: JFFS2 filesystem problem
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2009/6/1 Jan Kara <jack@suse.cz>:
>  Hello,
>
> On Fri 29-05-09 13:52:05, anees a m wrote:
>> Iam uses JFFS2 filesystem for an embedded flash device. But when the power
>> is removed i between, the JFFS2 filesystem is corrupted.Resulting in fails.
>> Iam able to find that the JFFS2 garbage collector is causing the problem. If
>> mounted as READ only, I dont have an issue, but mounting write only is
>> resulting in corrupted filesystem some times.
>>
>> Unfortunately I need to mount it with read write support.
>  I'm not sure why you decided to write to linux-ext4 mailing list, to me
> and to Nick. Anyway, the right person for this report seems to be David
> Woodhouse who's listed as a maintainer of JFFS2 filesystem.
>  Adding him to CC.
>
>                                                                        Honza
Yes, I have the same problems. Have you resolved the issues?What's the
kernel version you are using. We are using, .2.6.28 kernel.
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