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Re: jffs2 vs nfs

On Mon, 2005-04-18 at 15:15 -0400, ER wrote:
> Hi all,
> I've ran into some problems that some of you may be able to answer. I have my file system in flash using the jffs2 filesystem. I ran a simple application that accesses a network camera and spits out some data.
> I've notice that when the jffs2 file system is considerably slower than the nfs filesystem. Is that normal? Not to mention that my application is also very much slower. 
> What can be done? Is cramfs faster then jffs2?
> I'm considering loading the required libraries in RAM so as to speed up things (so I think atleast), will that be any help. I'm saying this although I haven't figured out how this works as yet.
> My explaination is that the library access time (dynamically linked) is much slower on jffs2 than nfs but I'm still baffled why?!
> Any my solution would be to have a ramfs which would be a copy of the flash filesystem.
> Does that make any sense? Help???

I do not know if it is faster, but maybe you can try this:

I haven't tested it myself, it is just a hint.


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