JFFS2 not being mounted on v1.23

Discussion in 'Tomato Firmware' started by halogen8, Mar 28, 2009.

  1. halogen8

    halogen8 Network Guru Member

    I'm seeing this problem on two completely separate routers since I upgraded them to tomato v1.23.

    I configure tomato to store bandwidth monitoring stats on the JFFS2 partition. If I manually reboot the router, the JFFS2 partition DOES correctly mount. But, after a period of days (not exactly sure how long), the router seems to reboot (not sure how or why) and the JFFS2 partition is not auto mounted for some reason.

    I can mount it manually via the GUI and then the stats are then available, and new stats are logged. But stats in between are lost.

    I have not seen this bug until I upgraded both of these routers to 1.23. Is this a known issue?
  2. mstombs

    mstombs Network Guru Member

    I have had similar issues after any upgrade - make sure you scroll down and "save" the jffs config in the web gui, and make sure it sticks across reboots before use.
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