Re: run debian off usb flash drive
On Sun, 7 Mar 2004 15:42, Marc Singer <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > 250 erases per day on a single is not a likely amount of load for a
> > laptop provided that there is plenty of spare space.
> Single...what? I suppose I wasn't clear in that this is 250 block
> erases for a given block. If the erase block is 128 KiB and you have
> only one free block (heaven forbid) that would require writing 32 MiB
> of data every day for a year before that block was unable to accept
> another write.
On my laptop 310M of data have been written over the last 15 hours (since the
last boot). I have not done any compiles, none of the big cron jobs have
been run, and I have not done my daily update to unstable.
At my current level of use if I had 20 free blocks I could expect an error
after a year.
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