[NILFS users] [SPAM] Write hang on ARM based target
WDunphy at tandbergdata.com
Tue Jun 9 00:46:52 JST 2009
I'm attempting to get NILFS up and running on a Marvell DB-88F6281-BP-A
(ARM) and have experienced a consistent hang during data transfer. This
target board is running a 220.127.116.11 kernel and I've tested it against
NILFS versions 2.0.12, 2.0.14 and the latest git pull (6/4/09). I've
eliminated the garbage collector and and have enabled full debugging for
log capture. The failure is not immediate or at a fixed point -
typically in the 1-2GB neighborhood of writing variably sized files.
This same exercise (a simple recursive local copy) works flawlessly on
my host Ubuntu i86 machine as well as on the target with an ext3 file
Is there a specific kernel feature that I might be missing and need to
enable? A kernel version sensitivity? Is this log information
something you would be interested in seeing? If so, how verbose would
you like it or better still, how would you like me to collect it?
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