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Re: [Ltib] mmcblk0: error -115 sending stop command

From: casper iway
Subject: Re: [Ltib] mmcblk0: error -115 sending stop command
Date: Mon, 15 Nov 2010 09:59:17 +0800

hi Stuart,

    its Casper/Kasper whichever... Nolan is my colleague, he forgot to put my name instead..
    Anyway, i do have enough (free) space, i have 1GB SD card and the Root Filesystem only taken up 250MB. I also mount the card on an Ubuntu laptop with SD card reader and i think its OK (i guess!), since i dont see any warning and i could mount, umount, copy, delete,etc... But im not really sure, because this is not a brand new card, i once use this card for my old camera. Is there any tool i can use to fully test my SD cards integrity or something? as i am not familiar with any tools for SD card.
    I may try Miguel's idea first and if i got the same problem then i may purchase a new SD card for further testing...




On Sat, Nov 13, 2010 at 10:43 PM, Stuart Hughes <address@hidden> wrote:
Hi Casper (Nolan?),

You need to worry about these messages.  Make sure you have free space
on the device.  Also mount it in another machine (with a card reader)
and check to see that there is nothing wrong with the device itself.

Regards, Stuart

casper iway wrote:
> Hello guyz, i just work back with my LPC3131 board. I was able to setup
> a Remote System Explorer (TM/RSE) before with this board, but that was
> using NFS mount Root Filesystem. Now i planning to boot the Filesystem
> in my MMC/SD card, but the problem is, but during booting up of ARM
> Linux (Kernel in NAND, RFS in MMC card),  i could see a lot of warning
> message something like "*cp: write error: No space left on device*". But
> it will probably and successfully continue to boot ARM Linux but then
> after a while i could read lots of warning like "*mmcblk0: error -115
> sending stop command, response 0xc00, card status 0xe00*".  Those
> warning always shown every sometime, but doesn't really affect the
> system because i could still do all Linux commands like browse
> directory, top, etc... But i just got annoyed with those warnings as
> they are shown almost every minute...
> Did someone knows this problem?? Please help...
> regards,
> Nolan

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