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RunningMan

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#248807 10-Apr-2019 19:35
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What sort of amount are people seeing for sector writes on MikroTik routers? i.e. in /system resource

 

Obviously flash memory doesn't last forever, and interested in wear rates. As a comparison, looking at one doing about 100 writes/hour - graphing and writing DHCP leases to disk are both disabled, which seem to be the biggest users.


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  #2217413 15-Apr-2019 13:33
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Hi,

 

my CRS109 home router has 22 600 507

 

with zero bad blocks and factory default settings?

 

what commands should I use to lower the usage ?

 

Thanks,

 

Paul V.

 

 


RunningMan

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  #2217452 15-Apr-2019 14:31
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As above, check the graphing settings aren't storing to disk, same for DHCP server leases. Be interested to hear the number of writes since reboot / over what timeframme to see how many per hour on average.


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