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SubjectRe: [PATCH] LogFS take three

> >Yes. These things are almost always implemented _very_
> >badly by the same
> >kind of crack-smoking hobo they drag in off the streets
> >to write BIOSen.
> >
> >It's bog-roll technology; if you fancy a laugh try
> >doing some real
> >reliability tests on them time some. Powerfail testing
> >is a good one.
> >
> >This kind of thing is OK for disposable storage such as
> >in digital
> >cameras, where it doesn't matter that it's no more
> >reliable than a
> >floppy disc, but for real long-term storage it's really
> >a bad idea.
> >
> There are so many flash-based storage and some
> disposable storages,
> as you pointed out, have poor quality. I think it's
> mainly because these
> are not designed for good quality, but for lowering the
> price.
> These kind of devices are not ready for things like
> power failure because
> their use case is far from that. For example, removing
> flash card
> while taking pictures using digital camera is not a
> common use case.
> (there should be a written notice that this kind of
> action is against
> the warranty)

Hmm.. so operating your camera on batteries should be against the
warranty, since batteries commonly run empty while storing pictures?

(cesky, pictures)
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