[U-Boot-Users] Re: JFFS2 images written from U-Boot unusable in Linux? (Round 2)
Martin Egholm Nielsen
martin at egholm-nielsen.dk
Wed Jan 12 14:46:44 CET 2005
>>>>>> # mount -t jffs2 /dev/mtdblock0 /mnt
>>>>>> jffs2: Erase block size too small (16KiB). Using virtual blocks
>>>>>> size (32KiB) instead
>>>>>> Cowardly refusing to erase blocks on filesystem with no valid
>>>>>> JFFS2 nodes
>>>>>> empty_blocks 0, bad_blocks 5, c->nr_blocks 2048
>>>>>> mount: Mounting /dev/mtdblock0 on /mnt failed: Invalid argument
>> New information entered the scene: I tried another (identical) board
>> today having none of the "Bad eraseblock" messages from my Linux
>> kernel. And then everything worked!
>> Hence, my boardsupplier suggested that U-Boot "ignored" these "Bad
>> eraseblock" that the NAND presumable was born with... What do you think?
>> ==== 8< 8< 8< ====
>>> But I'm getting some info from the Kernel at startup:
>>> Scanning device for bad blocks
>>> Bad eraseblock 1 at 0x00004000
>>> Bad eraseblock 2 at 0x00008000
>>> Bad eraseblock 3 at 0x0000c000
>>> Bad eraseblock 4 at 0x00010000
>>> Bad eraseblock 5 at 0x00014000
>>> Bad eraseblock 6 at 0x00018000
>>> Bad eraseblock 7 at 0x0001c000
>>> Bad eraseblock 1600 at 0x01900000
> NAND support is currently broken when bad blocks are present.
> Will sent patches shortly dealing with the problems...
Aahaaa! That explains a bit (alot)! :-)
Is this also broken in U-Boot 1.1.2 or just CVS?
Any estimates on when - months? ;-)
Thanks for the super info!
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