I have several Pi's of all models all running 24/7 and have been for years.
I hear your frustration and pain, and clearly - based on other postings to these forums - you are not alone.You cannot leave a Rapberry Pi on for a month 24h/24h without corruption.
We are not claiming, we are stating factsTo those who claim to run 24/7 without issues:
Aah - maybe we are getting to a place where we can square this circle?I'm pretty sure your use-cases are not really write-heavy, am I right?
Like others here I've not has any real issues (certainly not with the pi2 and pi3), and some of those are comparatively write heavy loads (certainly in terms of iops even if not throughput - lots of small log messages and similar).
Its true for me, I do take some steps to reduce the writes, for example /tmp and /var/log as tmpfs, commit=600 on the ext4 mounts, noatime.
If you acknowledge that the problems result from heavy writing, then I do not see how it could be the Raspberry Pi "boards" that are at fault, as opposed to the software you were running.
Mostly Samsung EVO, or EVO Plus now.
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