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SubjectRe: Re: File systems in embedded devices
Dear David,

Thanks for your response.

I sent it correctly after typing the full mail. I think this is
some problem in rediff mails itself.
Anyway these are the my requirements:

1) My application is coming around 8 MB. So need a file system
about 12 MB to which i should be able to mount the root of the
Linux kernel.

2) I need read-only file system.

3) Is it possible to create multiple ram disks of multiple file
systems like CRAMFS, RAMDISK for a single kernel?

Thanks in advance,
Nanda

On Sun, 09 Feb 2003 David Woodhouse wrote :
>On Sat, 2003-02-08 at 14:20, Nandakumar NarayanaSwamy wrote:
> > Dear All,
> >
> > We are developing a embedded device based on linux. Through
>the
> > development phase we used NFS. But now we want to move some
> > filesystem which can be created in FLASH/RAM.
>
>Which? Flash or RAM?
>
> > Can anybody suggest me some ideas so that i can solve these
> > issues?
>
>You need to give at least _some_ indication of your requirements
>--
>what's on your file system, what is the expected pattern of
>access to
>it, do you require write access all the time or only occasional
>updates
>of the whole system, etc. ?
>
>
>--
>dwmw2
>


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