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  • sb56637
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    Originally posted by intelfx View Post

    No brands or models. This is for flash storage in embedded systems.
    Ahh, I see, thanks for the clarification.

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  • intelfx
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    Originally posted by sb56637 View Post
    > UBIFS as the file-system for un-managed flash memory devices

    So this would be for SSD and NVMe drives that don't manage blocks on their own? What are some examples of brands and models? I've been reading more recently about how SSDs usually have their own layer of opaque logic that does what it wants independently of the filesystem, which is somewhat worrisome.
    No brands or models. This is for flash storage in embedded systems.

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  • sb56637
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    > UBIFS as the file-system for un-managed flash memory devices

    So this would be for SSD and NVMe drives that don't manage blocks on their own? What are some examples of brands and models? I've been reading more recently about how SSDs usually have their own layer of opaque logic that does what it wants independently of the filesystem, which is somewhat worrisome.

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  • intelfx
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    Zstandard continues its victorious crusade.
    Last edited by intelfx; 06 May 2021, 08:08 AM.

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  • UBIFS To Default To Zstd Compressed File-System With Linux 5.13+

    Phoronix: UBIFS To Default To Zstd Compressed File-System With Linux 5.13+

    Adding to the growing list of changes for Linux 5.13 is the UBIFS file-system now using Zstd for file-system compression by default...

    https://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pa....13-UBIFS-Zstd
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