Commit 1c9f8f64 authored by Marek Szyprowski's avatar Marek Szyprowski Committed by Tom Rini
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ext4: fix calculating inode blkcount for non-512 blocksize filesystems

The block count entry in the EXT4 filesystem disk structures uses
standard 512-bytes units for most of the typical files. The only
exception are HUGE files, which use the filesystem block size, but those
are not supported by uboot's EXT4 implementation anyway. This patch fixes
the EXT4 code to use proper unit count for inode block count. This fixes
errors reported by fsck.ext4 on disks with non-standard (i.e. 4KiB, in
case of new flash drives) PHYSICAL block size after using 'ext4write'
uboot's command.
Signed-off-by: default avatarMarek Szyprowski <>
Reviewed-by: Lukasz Majewski's avatarLukasz Majewski <>
parent 55f2bc7d
......@@ -570,7 +570,7 @@ restart_read:
g_parent_inode->size = cpu_to_le32(new_size);
new_blockcnt = le32_to_cpu(g_parent_inode->blockcnt);
new_blockcnt += fs->sect_perblk;
new_blockcnt += fs->blksz >> LOG2_SECTOR_SIZE;
g_parent_inode->blockcnt = cpu_to_le32(new_blockcnt);
if (ext4fs_put_metadata
......@@ -957,7 +957,7 @@ int ext4fs_write(const char *fname, const char *buffer,
ext4fs_allocate_blocks(file_inode, blocks_remaining,
file_inode->blockcnt = cpu_to_le32((blks_reqd_for_file * fs->blksz) >>
temp_ptr = zalloc(fs->blksz);
if (!temp_ptr)
......@@ -21,6 +21,7 @@
#define __EXT_COMMON__
#include <command.h>
#define SECTOR_SIZE 0x200
#define LOG2_SECTOR_SIZE 9
/* Magic value used to identify an ext2 filesystem. */
#define EXT2_MAGIC 0xEF53
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