nand badblocks list — List not-OK blocks in a Bad Block Table
nand badblocks list [-d <device>]
This command takes an optional device argument. If not specified, and only one device is present, it applies to the single device; if more than one device is present, it must be specified.
This command outputs a human-readable list of the numbers of all not-OK blocks in a device, according to its Bad Block Table.
nand badblocks list -d onboardfactory bad: 100, 101. (count: 2 blocks) worn bad: no blocks reserved: 2046, 2047. (count: 2 blocks) RedBoot>
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