[U-Boot-Users] Using NAND with JFFS2.

Woodruff, Richard r-woodruff2 at ti.com
Fri Jun 20 20:30:27 CEST 2003

> ...I had read at Infradead.org and sort of gathered that the 
> JFFS2 sequence numbers allows you to write blocks most 
> anywhere as long as the blocks are contigus...and that when 
> jffs2 comes up it will scan the whole thing building a proper 
> access map/list.

Blocks are contigus .... Meaning data with in a block is contiguous, whole
blocks can live in any order.

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