pw_kvs: Don't garbage collect sectors with copies of an in-progress key

Don't garbage collect sectors in the addresses to avoid list. These are
addresses of redundant copies already written of the key we are trying
to write.

This results is failing to write keys sooner in some workloads with
near-full flash.  This change is to simplify how GC works to make some KVS restructuring
easier to do.

Change-Id: I1bc52728fa29006253dbff529447e7385376d3a7
2 files changed
tree: e08bbd56f05417a8a9cb52a1fb296a6fa671acb2
  1. docs/
  2. pw_assert/
  3. pw_assert_basic/
  4. pw_base64/
  5. pw_bloat/
  6. pw_boot_armv7m/
  7. pw_build/
  8. pw_checksum/
  9. pw_cli/
  10. pw_containers/
  11. pw_cpu_exception/
  12. pw_cpu_exception_armv7m/
  13. pw_docgen/
  14. pw_doctor/
  15. pw_env_setup/
  16. pw_kvs/
  17. pw_log/
  18. pw_log_basic/
  19. pw_minimal_cpp_stdlib/
  20. pw_module/
  21. pw_polyfill/
  22. pw_preprocessor/
  23. pw_presubmit/
  24. pw_protobuf/
  25. pw_protobuf_compiler/
  26. pw_span/
  27. pw_status/
  28. pw_string/
  29. pw_sys_io/
  30. pw_sys_io_baremetal_stm32f429/
  31. pw_sys_io_stdio/
  32. pw_target_runner/
  33. pw_tokenizer/
  34. pw_toolchain/
  35. pw_unit_test/
  36. pw_varint/
  37. pw_watch/
  38. targets/
  39. .clang-format
  40. .gitignore
  41. .gn
  42. .pylintrc
  43. activate.bat
  45. bootstrap.bat
  47. BUILD
  50. CMakeLists.txt
  54. modules.gni
  55. pw_vars_default.gni


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