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       mklogfs - create a LogFS filesystem.


       mklogfs [OPTIONS] DEVICE


       LogFS  is  a  scalable  flash  filesystem. It is aimed to replace JFFS2 for most uses, but
       focuses more on large devices. JFFS2 works well enough on small devices, it just gets slow
       and uses up too much memory on larger ones.


       -c, --compress
           turn compression on.

       -h, --help
           display help.

       -s, --segshift
           segment shift in bits.

       -w, --writeshift
           write shift in bits.

           skip bad block scan; don't erase device.

           turn off safety question before writing.

       Segment  size  and write size are powers of two. To specify them, the appropriate power is
       specified with the "-s" or "-w" options, instead of the actual size.  E.g.  "mklogfs  -w8"
       will set a writesize of 256 Bytes (2^8).


       More   information   about   mklogfs   and   the   LogFS   filesystem   can  be  found  at


       mklogfs was written by Joern Engel <>.

       This manual page was written by Daniel Baumann <>.