Problem with FAT32 in RTEMS 4.6.2
daniel.gustafsson at space.se
Thu Jan 13 09:00:09 UTC 2005
How do I configure RTEMS 4.6.2 if I want to measure time with the clock
manager? I have a ERC32 that work with 20MHz.
Thanks Thomas Doerfler.
With a smaller cluster size FAT32 works as it should.
>From: Thomas Doerfler [mailto:Thomas.Doerfler at imd-systems.de]
>Sent: Tuesday, January 11, 2005 6:42 PM
>To: Daniel Gustafsson
>Cc: rtems-users at rtems.com
>Subject: Re: Problem with FAT32 in RTEMS 4.6.2
>maybe this is partially my fault: When I wrote the format
>functions, I did not expect sector sizes different from 512 byte
>(although this is theoretically legal).
>Hmm, when I have a closer look at your parameters, I would
>decide that this cannot be a FAT32 disk: you have 32768 clusters
>of 32768 bytes. According to the specs, a disk with less than
>65525 (!) clusters must be organized as FAT16.
>Try to reduce the cluster size to 16KByte for a test.
>> I am having problems to use FAT32 with DOSFS in RTEMS 4.6.2.
>> Hardware: ERC32
>> Storage Media: Non volantile RAM (Have modified the ramdisk
>driver to fit my
>> I can mount the file system and everything works fine. When
>I try to create
>> a file I get the error "no space left on device". I use a
>1GB device, 4096
>> sectorsize and 32Kbyte cluster size.
>> When I format the disk FAT16 everything works fine and I can
>> files and more...
>> Does anyone have a suggestion???
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