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I was trying to get a general idea of how many read/write cycles the
embedded flash ram onboard the Verdex can handle. I was thinking of
writing/writing several hundred small (>50bytes) files per day and wondered
if that was a bad idea. Thanks.
Shelby Reed wrote:
> I was trying to get a general idea of how many read/write cycles the
> embedded flash ram onboard the Verdex can handle. I was thinking of
> writing/writing several hundred small (>50bytes) files per day and
> if that was a bad idea. Thanks.
dont know how many times read and write it can stand but I think few hundred
thousands. Who knows can comment better.
I'd use usb flash stick for that matter. It's cheap and you can make
different filesystems there with ease. Other idea would be using ram on cpu
board. It's called ramdisk and it is already active on /tmp or /var or smth.
Look there for mount commands giving you info
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