R: [uClinux-dev] Jffs2 space problem

Greg Ungerer gerg at snapgear.com
Mon Oct 3 00:31:15 EDT 2005

Hi Massimo,

Calò Massimo wrote:
>>If you need to use a different memory address range for 
>>non-cached regions then you should just use that as the base 
>>address in your map driver. No need to modify the mtd cfi 
>>internals for that.
> Greg,
> 	I'm looking for my "map driver" : where do I have to look at?
> In the bootloader or in the linux kernel?

In the kernel. Typically you would enable an appropriate
map driver in the MTD configuration for you board/flash
organization. You can find the map drivers source in
the kernel under ~/drivers/mtd/maps/.


>>How often does it happen?
>>I have seen this once or twice before, and it was harmless.
> It happens every times, methodically.
> Thanks!
> 	Massimo.
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