openHABian has ZRAM to protect against SD wearout so noone needs to move to SSD.
Move to USB is an oldish generic function from the early days of openHABian and provided just as-is.
It is discouraged to use and not supported.
If you still want to move you can set debugmode=maximum to find out what’s failing.
But I’m afraid you’re on your own there.
This had nothing to do with beeing moderator. It was a simple question of taking interest of what might have happed for him since his sd card did wore out.
If he already used zram, your answer didnt help him much. Infact your answer would turn out to be wrong.
Well I tried, and failed to make you get the point. Didnt seem to matter.
I got your point. It’s in your desperate attempts to shed bad light on my person and my contributions.
Which is why I pointed you at the community guidelines. I even thought about flagging you and your “contribution” to have some other moderator properly handle this. I will do next time.
And “just saying” even if @Boby is right in his assumption that his card wore out (who knows) and he was using ZRAM (who knows) it would still not mean my statement is wrong. No protection whatsoever is ever a guarantee.
Folks, actually I’m not sure what was activated and what was not…I deactivated ZRAM when I moved to OH3.x, because everything was sooooo slow and I was sure, I moved the root to the connected SSD disk on my Raspi. But maybe I fortgot this step. However, I need to set up everything again as I ran into other troubles as well. Thank you for your contribution!
@mstormi , I got now a new Raspi 4 with a new SD card and I did a fresh openhabian installation from the scratch. Now I’m asking myself how I could find out, if ZRAM is active and being used. Do you have a hint for me? Thanks!
just a stupid question. I understand that openhabian works well on the SD card using ZRAM. But what about the influx database which gets data 24/7 ? Is that also assisted by ZRAM or is this only a feature for openhab ? Sorry, i’m aware that this is a stupid question but i dont have the technical background to answer that questin by myself…