Re: linux-next: JFFS2 corruption

From: Mark Jackson
Date: Wed Feb 27 2013 - 10:12:10 EST

On 26/02/13 23:18, Stephen Rothwell wrote:
> Hi Mark,
> On Tue, 26 Feb 2013 15:50:18 +0000 Mark Jackson <mpfj-list@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> Just tested the current next-20130226 on a custom AM335X board, and if I mount
>> our JFFS2 image as read/write, the next reboot shows the image as being corrupt.
>> If I reprogram the jffs2 image into NAND and only mount the volume as read-only,
>> no corruption occurs and the system remains intact.
>> I have also tested:-
>> (a) reprogram ubifs image into nand
>> (b) boot the volume as read-only (corrupt -> no)
>> (c) remount the volume as read/write
>> (d) rebooting the volume as read-only (corrupt -> yes)
> Thanks for all the testing. Sam questions as in my other email.

Okay, just tested 3v8 plus:-
and changed drivers/mtd/nand/elm.c, line 388 "ti,am33xx-elm" to "ti,am3352-elm"

This produces an identical corruption.

I have also tested next-20130225 and next-20130227, and both cause the same corruption.

Mark J.
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