Sweet, a new Linux file system from Samsung that is faster than existing ones when running on flash storage devices, submitted in a clean, easy-to-apply manner. This will be great for Android-based systems.
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- You mean like MMC cards?Oct 7, 2012
- yes. Similar, but they diverge at higher speeds/capacities.Oct 7, 2012
- Saweet. I have the patches compiled into a kernel on a kvm guest. It's kinda a bizarro machine, slackware 13.37 userspace with a 3.6.1-ARCH kernel. The first and last patch didn't want to work cleanly, I didn't really care about #1 and added 16 by hand. I'm thinking of sometime later this week, taking a 16gb usb flash drive and passing through to the guest... see how it performs.
Oct 8, 2012
- Vee Grig+1"log structure file system approach" - does this mean native snapshots, like WAFL? That would be useful for non-phone devices as well.Oct 9, 2012
- What's wrong with UBIFS?Oct 9, 2012
- If anyone wants to play with f2fs and Puppy Linux I have it working well and wrote a little gtkdialog gui to facilitate easy installation to usb flash media. You can even multiboot the stick with other Puppy OS that support f2fs if you install syslinux-4.0.3 from the Puppy Package Manager. Also included is GParted-14.1 patched for f2fs from the Parted Magic developers.
More info: http://01micko.com/blog/?p=80 PHATSlacko Puppy. :)Apr 17, 2013