those 128 GB cards

Started Jan 19, 2010 | Discussions thread
bionet Senior Member • Posts: 1,133
but FAT is not reliable

T3 wrote:

When you think about it, all of us walking around with laptops with spinning internal > hard drives are actually walking around with "all our eggs in one basket" with a > much more vulnerable technology (a spinning hard drive), but we all seem to get
by with it just fine.

What you are missing is that FAT is quite unreliable compared to proper filesystems like NTFS or Linux ext2/3. I've had corrupted filesystems on large cards several times after a lot of deletions between shots (Linux kernel log: "access beyond end of device").

I really wished manufacturers would use ext2 but since Windows intentionally has no support for it, that's not going to happen.

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