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Latest revision as of 00:32, 5 January 2021


SD Card

For casual running of FlightGear, a quality SD card works well. Look for Class A1 cards. The 'A' is for applications. In addition to a write speed of 10MB/s, these support at least 1500 read operations and 500 write operations per second. Do not use cheap fake SD cards. Interestingly, there is a new tool to test your SD cards. This new tool is called agnostics and can be installed with the below commands:

sudo apt update
sudo apt install agnostics

What device does it test?

Simon Long wrote (from the below link)

It tests whatever device currently containst the directory /var/tmp. If you want to test another device, modify the relevant line in sd_bench.fio to select a directory on the device you want to test.

To learn much more about the SD cards and agnostics, see the below link:

SD Card Speed Test

SD Card Speed Test

SD Card Bar Code SWS KB/sec RWS IOPS RRS IOPS Comment
SP Superior Pro 64GB X0026RJ70Z 38986 1067 3344 Used for ~ 1 month
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Hard Drives

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