I've heard that SD cards on Raspberry Pi's are very susceptible to defects because the Raspberry writes very often to the SD card and this SD cards are not designed for frequent write cycles. Is there an approximate indication of how long the lifespan of a commercially available, inexpensive Class10 SD card in continuous operation approximately is?
How does it look when I take a MLC or SLC SD card. does anyone specifically experience with the following?: https://ch.rs-online.com/web/p/micro-sd-karten/2405456
I've heard that there is a possibility that part of the Raspberry Load the operating system in the RAM, so this does not affect the SD card burdened. What is the point of this thesis and if that would make sense, how do I do this?
And what exactly does disabling the "overlay file system" do? which Do I have any restrictions with this?
I want to build a data logger for my sd card and maybe im Save the data on the SD card every 30 minutes or 1 hour. I am therefore important to all other factors for SD card failure too minimize.