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Reliability of a Compact Flash as a hard drive

Reliability of a Compact Flash as a hard drive

I would now if someone can help me and say if I need a industrial grade or not to insure reliability in a PC embedded device. I use linux and make the most filesystem in RAM to avoid read/write of the cache or the var folder.

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Flash memory is viable as storage. Look up "Solid State Drives" or "SSD"