Ticket #567 (closed defect: fixed)
I/O errors on flash after heavy flash access
|Reported by:||elrond+bugzilla.openmoko.org@…||Owned by:||michael@…|
|Cc:||buglog@…, werner@…||Blocked By:|
|Blocking:||Estimated Completion (week):|
Hardware: GTA01Bv03 (phase 0)
Kernel: Linux version 126.96.36.199-moko8 (stefan@fairlight) (gcc version 4.1.1) #56
PREEMPT Sun Apr 8 13:58:03 CEST 2007
u-boot: I think 1.2.0-moko7 (getting to the u-boot prompt isn't stricly easy)
The whole thing started, when I downloaded openmoko-theme-standard.ipk to tmpfs
and tried to install it using ipkg install *.ipk. I got a few Input/Output?
errors on files and the ipkg command hung.
Logging in via ssh still worked. And all commands, which were still in RAM,
worked fine. But any access to jffs2 locked up that command.
I could grab dmesg output, which contains a kernel-oops. (will be attached to
this bug as write-oops.dmesg)
As /sbin/halt.sysvinit (for "halt -p -d -i -p") was not in RAM (and I copied a
fresh one via scp to tmpfs) and some other needed stuff was not available, I had
to hard power off the machine (remove battery, half minute pressing power-button
did not work).
The next day, the machine seemed to boot fine. Until the fs gave me again I/O
errors (this time I did not try to write to it explicitly). This time I have a
bigger dmesg, which goes back to the boot. (will be attached to this bug as
Again I had to remove the battery, as I still haven't found the node in /sys,
that will shut down the phone IMMEDIATELY when echoing something into it.
- Priority changed from normal to high
- Status changed from new to closed
- Resolution set to fixed
- Status changed from closed to reopened
- Resolution fixed deleted
- Summary changed from I/O errors on flash and frozen fs to I/O errors on flash after heavy flash access
- Status changed from reopened to new
- Owner changed from laforge@… to michael@…