David Cornejo dave at dogwood.com
Fri Feb 22 17:24:26 UTC 2019

on the use case - sometimes the reason is "why not?" - the whole idea
of running FreeBSD on such low power hardware is of dubious utility,
but it is seriously cool to be able to carry a FreeBSD server in my

On Fri, Feb 22, 2019 at 6:19 AM Stefan Parvu <sparvu at kronometrix.org> wrote:
> > People have run a 512MB beaglebone with zfs on sdcard. It surely wasn't
> > high performance, and it reported needed some hand-tuning to run at
> > all, but it worked.
> >
> > There's a lot of mythology about sdcards and what they can and can't
> > do, and how supposedly fragile they are.  It's all a bunch of noise you
> > can safely ignore.  They're slow, but they're plenty reliable.
> Thanks for pointers. I do agree some SD cards are robust nowadays.
> In fact very ok. Transcend, SanDisk we are currently using are very ok with
> FreeBSD 11,12 different workloads of course on low throughput.
> Will need to take some time and dive to ZFS RBPI.
> Stefan
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