[Testing] 11.2.0 build 23 available for testing

Mitch Bradley wmb at laptop.org
Sat Jun 18 16:23:41 EDT 2011

That is a huge number of bad blocks.

Two possibilities:

Either this NAND is close to complete failure, or else the bad block 
table has become corrupted.

You could try recreating the bad block table as follows:

ok select /nandflash  scrub!  unselect

On 6/18/2011 12:19 AM, forster at ozonline.com.au wrote:
>> If you tell us the addresses of the first 10-or-so bad blocks, we
>> could set up a laptop in the same way and try to reproduce. You can do
>> this by booting with the game-key-up cheat code
>> (http://wiki.laptop.org/go/Cheat_codes) and then using the arrow keys
>> to move to the first red block. When you get there it will say
>> something like "28f Marked bad in Bad Block Table". 28f is the
>> address. Then collect addresses of the next 9.
> rocker up gave me pong but scan-nand works
> bad blocks:
> a
> 1a
> 2a
> 3a
> 4a
> ... the a's through to fa
> then ok for a while
> the a's  30a thru to 3ba
> the a's  50a thru to 5ca
> first bad block thats not 'a' is at 6b1
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