I'd be happy if this would be rare. Mine is not overclocked, I use a SD-Card that is on the list of supported hardware, I have no external USB-devices attached, I shutdown/reboot the device properly, ... But I get errors once a week or, when I work (configure) a lot with the Pi, nearly once a day. So dd got to my best friend meanwhileshuckle wrote:I think sd corruption is rare. I have only seen those when playing with extreme overclocking. (more than 1000 mhz). After the raspberry is working stable, there should noit be corruptions.
Can you try a different sdcard?drscheme wrote: I'd be happy if this would be rare. Mine is not overclocked, I use a SD-Card that is on the list of supported hardware, I have no external USB-devices attached, I shutdown/reboot the device properly, ... But I get errors once a week or, when I work (configure) a lot with the Pi, nearly once a day. So dd got to my best friend meanwhile
Apparently one third of Sandisk branded memory cards are fake.MaxK1 wrote:That's the kicker - GENUINE. I have a couple of Sandisk cards where the plastic seems awfully brittle and prone to flaking off and/or cracking - much more so than other cards I've used. (I no longer use them) I suspect the cards are not genuine...
f2fs is (potentially) the most suitable file system for sdcards. It is *very* new and is supported by the 3.8 kernel.rspitz wrote:Is there any chance that images will be provided that don't use ext4 for the root partition, but a flash optimized file system?
I have no peripherals attached to the Pi - just the RS-supplied USB power supply and a network cable. It doesn't seem like the partitions are filling up. The Pi is just idling along, until the storage starts failing.obcd wrote:What is connected to your Pi that corrupts the sd cards? Maybe some usb device is causing a massive creation of log files? Just a wild guess. Your TP1 TP2 voltage is interesting to know as well.
I'm running a stock Pi, 256 MB, no overclocking or anything. The power supply came in the set from RS, so I'm assuming it's a quality PSU.TheQuestor wrote:I'd personally try a different power supply or usb cable.
I've had that when using Mac and the dd command. Try using the Windows official diskimage writer, which works perfectly for me on the same SD card.EdVoncken wrote:I've been seeing VERY frequent SD-Card corruption, unfortunately.
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