A Comparison of Commercial and Open-Source Flash File Systems for Linux
Linux developers have many open-source file systems to choose from. Some of these products—JFFS2, for example—have become de-facto standards in embedded Linux designs. Do they provide performance that is fast enough to make a favorable impression with device users? And can the reliability of these open-source file systems be trusted for critical applications? Are you confident that their roadmap will answer the needs of future versions of your products?
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