out of curiosity I did this on my vero 4k bought in July, 2017:
root@vero4k:~# dumpe2fs /dev/vero-nand/root | grep -i write
dumpe2fs 1.43.4 (31-Jan-2017)
Last write time: Thu Jan 1 01:00:09 2015
Lifetime writes: 1561 GB
Frankly I am a little bit scared now.
Is this for real? I have no idea, how I managed to write so much data to the disc:
root@vero4k:~# df -h | grep root
/dev/vero-nand/root 14G 2.3G 11G 18% /
Do I have to look for a new device ASAP?
Or is “dumpe2fs” simply just showing some dumb fake numbers pulled out of the … because it is not working / has issues with the Vero 4K?
How much data can you write to the internal NAND/eMMC before it breaks?
Thanks for letting me know.