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FFS fsclose required?

Question asked by Petr Kubiznak on Sep 6, 2014
Latest reply on Sep 7, 2014 by Petr Kubiznak


can someone please explain how to correctly write data to NAND flash using the FFS subsystem? In the mfs_nandflash demo, I can open the filesystem and read/write data from/to it, everything works fine. The only problem is that written data is not persistent unless I close the filesystem (fsclose) after the changes performed, i.e. if I simply write a file and turn off the power, the change is gone after I turn the power on again.


So, if I want to write a file, do I always have to close the filesystem to make the changes persistent? That doesn't seem to me like a good solution (by the way it also looses the point of MFS generality then). Or is this just a kind of misbehaviour on my side (maybe a wrong configuration)?