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Nand ubifs mounted partition after reset

Question asked by Manjunath Joshi on Jul 3, 2016
Latest reply on Jul 11, 2016 by Manjunath Joshi

Hello All,

 

I am trying to mount an UBIFS partition which read-write enabled. I am using the following commands for that.

 

$ cat /proc/mtd

$ ubiformat /dev/mtd11

$ ubiattach -m 11 /dev/ubi_ctrl

$ mkdir -p /mnt/NAND1

$ ubimkvol /dev/ubi2 -N NAND1 -s 30000000

$ mount -t ubifs ubi2:NAND1 /mnt/NAND1/

 

I am able to mount properly and read or write data in that partition. But when i hard power off/on i.e. reset the board, the Partition is gone.

I tried to create a symlink and see if it works but that didn't work as well.

 

What is the solution for this problem? please let me know.

 

The board is i.mx6 solo.

 

Regards,

Manju

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