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

From: Stuart Hughes
Subject: Re: [Ltib] mmcblk0: error -115 sending stop command
Date: Thu, 18 Nov 2010 22:35:39 +0000
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Hi Casper,

Please don't share your identity with anyone else, if they want to send
questions get them to join the mailing list.

Regarding your question, the easiest thing to try is to re-format the
card and try writing to it on your Linux PC and look in
/var/log/messages to see if there are any nasty messages.  If there are,
get a new SD card.

Regards, Stuart

casper iway wrote:
> 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...
>     Thanks.
> regards,
> Casper
> On Sat, Nov 13, 2010 at 10:43 PM, Stuart Hughes <address@hidden
> <mailto: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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