Karsten Merker <email@example.com> (2017-06-07): > I have done test builds with both 50MB and 100MB raw image size. > The difference in the resulting compressed binary size is less > than 60kBytes, so that shouldn't pose a problem even for people > on very-low-bandwidth internet connections. I suppose the > additional write time to the target medium also isn't much of a > problem either. On modern SD cards, linear write rates are nearly > always larger than 5MB per second (even cheap SD cards nowadays > commonly reach nearly 10MB/s on linear writes), so setting the > image size to 100MB costs at most 10 seconds of extra write time. > That shouldn't be a problem even for CI systems that do lots of > image writes. > > If the size increase eases debugging, I think it is worth that > cost, so I'll commit a change to ~100MB to d-i git. Oh, I failed to notice your mail when I wrote the one I've just sent. Since you're fine with 100, let's go for it; I just needed a fix to be committed before the upload (which should happen in a few hours), that's why I was going for a temporary decision. All the better if you're fine with the suggested new value. :) Thanks! KiBi.
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