Re: debian on openbrick
On Mon, Dec 30, 2002 at 06:36:32PM -0500, Bao C. Ha wrote:
> Personally, I don't think it is safe to mount the compactflash as
> the "live" root filesystem. It is not designed to have that many
> write-cycles as a regular hard disk. So, even with a larger size
> compactflash, what we are doing will still be valuable contributions.
I'm doing a project where I had my ext-3 root filesystem mounted
read-write. Turns out that by turning off the power to the system,
you can crash the filesystem beyond repair.
My client has seen it two or three times, I've seen it happen twice.
I'm hoping it won't happen again when I use the root filesystem
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