beta-tester wrote: ↑
Sun Sep 03, 2017 7:40 am
i don't know F2FS...
how is your F2FS configured/working?
was the f2fs filesystem already corrupt before you dist-upgrade to stretch?
at dist-upgrade, did you answered the questions about configuration files with replace existing configuration with new distro configuration?
the badblocks, is it running on top of f2fs?
It should be more suitable for flash memories. And it indeed was. The response times of my websites were about 20 % faster and overall terminal work (Tab completion of file names) was much faster. I'm surprised the default image uses ext4.
I copied all files from original image, formatted the partition from ext4 to F2FS and copied the files back, changing fstab and boot.txt (or something). All this on my Ubuntu PC.
I don't think it was corrupt, it worked fine.
Yes, I rapleced the old configs with new ones from stretch. Unless the only diff showed was just my changes (like timezones, etc.)
I thionk the badblocks is running on any FS, it works with the device on block level.