Re: jffs is OK, jffs2 gives me trouble! - Embedded

This is a discussion on Re: jffs is OK, jffs2 gives me trouble! - Embedded ; I give myself an answer: boot the kernel with the option "rootfstype=jffs2": this recognize the filesystem, but each boot give some warning: jffs2_scan_empty(): Empty block at 0x0000fffc ends at 0x00010000 (with 0x200319y CLEANMARKER node found at 0x00010000, not first node ...

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    I give myself an answer: boot the kernel
    with the option "rootfstype=jffs2": this
    recognize the filesystem, but each boot
    give some warning:

    jffs2_scan_empty(): Empty block at 0x0000fffc ends at 0x00010000 (with
    0x200319y
    CLEANMARKER node found at 0x00010000, not first node in block
    (0x00000000)
    jffs2_scan_empty(): Empty block at 0x0002fffc ends at 0x00030000 (with
    0x200319y
    CLEANMARKER node found at 0x00030000, not first node in block
    (0x00020000)

    Any idea what it means?
    gianluca


  2. Re: jffs is OK, jffs2 gives me trouble!

    giangiammy@yahoo.com wrote:

    > jffs2_scan_empty(): Empty block at 0x0000fffc ends at 0x00010000 (with
    > 0x200319y
    > CLEANMARKER node found at 0x00010000, not first node in block
    > (0x00000000)
    > jffs2_scan_empty(): Empty block at 0x0002fffc ends at 0x00030000 (with
    > 0x200319y
    > CLEANMARKER node found at 0x00030000, not first node in block
    > (0x00020000)


    This is pretty normal the first time you bring up a device with JFFS2,
    especially if it hasn't been formatted or if there is other data still
    on the device. It should go away and the device should mount and
    read/write fine.

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