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Old 11-11-2009, 06:56 AM   #1
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Smile SD card partition corrupted


Hi all,
I have an transcend sd card in my embedded device.when i am running an application to test the sd card the sd card gets corrupted once in 100 times or less...
My sd card test application shall mount the sd card writes the 1 kb file to sd card and unmount the sd card and again mount the sd card reads the 1 kb file and compare with file written into sd card and unmounts the sd card.The sequence of steps is as follows:-
mount /dev/mmcblk1 /mnt/sd
write the 1 kb file
umount /mnt/sd

mount /dev/mmcblk1 /mnt/sd
read the 1 kb file and compares
umount /mnt/sd

if i perform the above test and power off and power on the embedded device and perform the test again if we do like this for 40-50 time the partition of the sd card is getting corrupted and i am not able access the content of the sd card either in linux or windows pc...I need to format the sdcard to access it again...

I would like to find a solution for why the card is getting corrupted...


Thanks in Advance...
 
Old 11-11-2009, 12:54 PM   #2
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How much time are you giving it between mounts and writes? Are you sure the device is properly mounted/unmounted before your software preforms the write/read operations? Perhaps you are just moving too fast for the kernel to keep up.

On the other hand, flash media is exceptionally bad for continuous small read/write operations like you are doing. Granted it shouldn't have a problem that quickly, but is there is a reason you are trying to do this? What exactly is this test trying to prove?
 
Old 11-12-2009, 06:03 AM   #3
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I want to test sd card through my application its a part of my software....i had give 100 msec of delay between mount and write operation and 2 sec delay for again mouting and also after mounting properly then i am writing the data to the sd card...
i dont its a driver issue or card issue....
 
  


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