Re: [Yaffs] Disadvantage of using yaffs checkpointing?
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> 1. why in the first place there's some checkpoint block 'left over' in > the bad blocks? shall they be erased?
> 2. While looking for a checkpoint block, shall the block status be > checked? Or is there any better way to handle this situation? I simply > used mtd->block_isbad and continue searching and it seemed working.
> > > 1. what does function yaffs2_scan_backwards do?
> > > 2. MTD keeps a BBT (in NAND in my case), how does yaffs2 module
> > > the BBT information? Why rescan from backward is needed in my case > > > in order to recover a file system.
> > > 3. After recovering the system, seems the bad block information is > > > not saved. So re-scan is still needed after a reboot. This is my guess, > > > please correct me if I am wrong.
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