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Old 12-04-2014, 09:35 AM   #1
lohith.nayak
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Junk value to the trace options of YAFFS


Hello,

I am using, Linux-2.6.31 in my project.
Project uses YAFFS filesystem.
During initialization (rcS script) filesystem is mounted.
Trace options is set using,

echo =none+error > /proc/yaffs

I see above command sets the trace option to yaffs fs operations.
When I saw in yaffs code, "yaffs_proc_write_trace_options" function is called when trace option is set.

In the function, when I read the command (reading the buf as string), I see some junction values along with "=none+error" because of trace logs are logged in syslogs.

Any idea why it is happening?

best regards,
Lohith Nayak
 
  


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