You might want to try my rpiburn program for this. It's a power supply testing program which gives you a clear text report if the power supply malfunctions.
You may be interested in trying my Nard SDK as a workaround. It prevents the SD card problem by running entirely from RAM.riker1 wrote:I had the same issue also twice.
Hints are welcome
Yes, my Nard SDK does exactly what your asking for. It's a pure live OS (with Raspbian emulation).kingneil wrote:Is there anything like a live OS for Raspberry Pi, where the entire thing is loaded into RAM..?
Use a distro where everything run from RAM, such as Nard SDK. It's is designed for robust 24/7 operation and industrial use. The SD card is only used for booting.johnb_summers wrote: the cards dont last long
You may be interested in my project Nard SDK which does exactly these kinds of things. It's specifically designed for product creators.smokeAndMirrors wrote:we would like to create an image that can be flashed onto an SD card and then subsequently other Compute Modules
Yes, you need a real HD for this. A database may trash the SD card. A workaround may be to simplify the log format (add new data to end of a growing file) and use larger SD cards.delpi10 wrote:My question is, to do the logging its better to store the data fetched from the analyzers on external HD?
I was thinking of using only a SD card and nothing else.asandford wrote:I doubt if that would have helped as the sdcard is only read during boot if the root FS is on iscsi.