Jameson "Chema" Quinn
jquinn at cs.oberlin.edu
Wed Apr 30 00:10:39 EDT 2008
> storage. The mechanisms required for handling removable media, USB hard
> drives, and networked storage, are all essentially the same.
Technically, I think this would mean that the metadata are stored on the
NAND, with some UID of the associated file. The file, if not present on the
NAND, would be looked for on SD, USB, and then server, in that order.
ps to Mikus: I think the "slowness" of NAND is due to the automatic
compression (and of course decompression) of JFFS. This is based on no data,
just intuition. I would be interested to know if there are any comparative
speed tests with/without this feature.
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