UBIFS was Re: Compressed file system for SD?
blumph at gmail.com
Mon Oct 13 02:14:06 CEST 2008
Bummer. Upon further reading I see the difference in flash devices now.
Do you think UBIFS could replace JFFS on the Freerunner? Is there a
benefit? Or is there not enough wiggle room on the FR for caching? It
seems better overall . Would it be possible to replace it yourself
with the appropriate kernel modules etc?
Ok enough questions ;-)
Lorn Potter wrote:
> nickd wrote:
>> I haven't sorry. Coincidentaly, the new kernel which was released the
>> other day (.27) includes a new filesystem designed for flash drives -
>> UBIFS . I wonder if this could be relevant to this project. It looks
>> like it has full write-back support, meaning it doesn't need to write to
>> the SD card all the time, although I guess we don't have that much
>> memory to play with.
> ubifs wont work on sd cards, which are not true flash devices.
> but it is relevant and could replace jffs2.
> Lorn 'ljp' Potter
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