Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: filesystem problems?
Re: filesystem problems?
From: Nate Nystrom <nystrom_at_cs.cornell.edu>
Date: Sun, 1 Sep 2002 02:24:50 -0400
On Sun Sep 01 15:50:18 +1000 2002, Andrew Jamieson wrote:
> I've had the same problem. It became significantly worse when I set the HDD
> spin down to 2s - but that could be a different problem with a similar
> symptom. I have been unable to find anyway to reliably replicate this,
> which is why I had not posted a report, except that it maybe happens more
> often on lower battery levels.
> AJB6000, btw.
I've had this problem too (AJB6000 also). I don't think it has anything
to do with the battery level--it occurs when my player is plugged in and
the battery is fully charged. I've narrowed the problem down to the
disk spin down: the problem goes away if I back out the changes made to
drivers/ata.c on 8/26-8/27 (i.e., to version 1.37). It also goes away
if I increase the spin down time from 2s to 20s. I haven't fiddled with
the settings to find out exactly when it goes bad, though.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Bradley Alexander" <storm_at_tux.org>
> To: "Rockbox" <rockbox_at_cool.haxx.se>
> Sent: Sunday, September 01, 2002 10:58 AM
> Subject: filesystem problems?
> > I have a JB6000 running RockBox! 1.3. Today, I had it playing for
> > several hours while mowing the yard. Something I noticed was that
> > seemingly random songs would stop and the unit would skip to the next
> > song. I also had it, on three occasions say "end of list. press <on>" or
> > something to that effect.
> > My first (and uninitiated) guess was that the songs that skip (which I
> > have played successfully before) were the victim of fragmentation. I
> > haven't checked it yet, but will the JB/RockBox allow you to use other
> > filesystems like ext3 or Reiserfs?
> > Has anyone seen this type of problem before? Is it fragemntation?
> > Thanks,
> > --
> > --Brad
> > Bradley M. Alexander | storm [at] debian.org
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Received on 2002-09-01