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Re: how to choose journal filesystem for embedded linux?

To: "Maarten Lankhorst" <>
Subject: Re: how to choose journal filesystem for embedded linux?
From: zhuzhenhua <>
Date: Wed, 24 Jan 2007 13:04:03 +0800
Cc: linux-mips <>
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On 1/24/07, Maarten Lankhorst <> wrote:
zhuzhenhua schreef:
> hello all:
>          i now work on a mips board, and want to store my system code
> on NAND Flash.
> our Flash driver can handle the Flash features(bad block,  phy  to
> logic addr, spare,etc.),
> so i just want to select a journal filesystem to handle sudden poweroff.
> Our system code(writeable) is about 10M~50M. i am not sure what
> journal filesystem will be suitable, ext3,xfs,jfs,or reiserFS?
> i have try ext3, it runs well, but seems to waste too much space
> while mkfs.ext3.
Have you tried jffs2? Journaled Flash FileSystem 2

the JFFS2 is combile filesytem with FLASH. but our FLASH driver team
have developed a driver good enough to handle FLASH as HD, so we don't
want to use the special FLASH filesystem

Best Regards

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