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RPI/OpenPlotter running on SDD HD without SD
#11
(2020-10-03, 04:17 PM)paul42 Wrote: Did the update & now booting from an SSD. All seems OK but the Ocpn chart re-draw doesn't seem much faster.

SD was  a 64GB SanDisk Extreme, SSD is a SanDisk 240GB Plus & using the recommended Eluteng adapter to the Rpi4 4GB.

How's it working for anyone else?

Did you upgrade to the latest kernel version ? version 5.4.69 (sudo rpi-update) and are you running the 64 bits version ? Then you get a quick respons.

Bram
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#12
(2020-10-03, 06:15 PM)verkerkbr Wrote:
(2020-10-03, 04:17 PM)paul42 Wrote: Did the update & now booting from an SSD. All seems OK but the Ocpn chart re-draw doesn't seem much faster.

SD was  a 64GB SanDisk Extreme, SSD is a SanDisk 240GB Plus & using the recommended Eluteng adapter to the Rpi4 4GB.

How's it working for anyone else?

Did you upgrade to the latest kernel version ? version 5.4.69 (sudo rpi-update) and are you running the 64 bits version ? Then you get a quick respons.

Bram

Yes to 5.4 but no to 64 bits. Will have a look at that thanks

Paul
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#13
(2020-10-03, 06:20 PM)paul42 Wrote:
(2020-10-03, 06:15 PM)verkerkbr Wrote:
(2020-10-03, 04:17 PM)paul42 Wrote: Did the update & now booting from an SSD. All seems OK but the Ocpn chart re-draw doesn't seem much faster.

SD was  a 64GB SanDisk Extreme, SSD is a SanDisk 240GB Plus & using the recommended Eluteng adapter to the Rpi4 4GB.

How's it working for anyone else?

Did you upgrade to the latest kernel version ? version 5.4.69 (sudo rpi-update) and are you running the 64 bits version ? Then you get a quick respons.

Bram

Yes to 5.4 but no to 64 bits. Will have a look at that thanks

Paul
Same for me : rpi-update, RaspiOS 32b. 64 bit is still a beta version, advancing quickly...So I guess I will not wait very long ...

I am using a mSATA SSD 120 GB Kingspec, in an USB3.0 aluminium box, that kind ;
I Agree it is not much faster than a fast SD (extreme, U3 etc.)
Cordialement
Didier B
Pi4, SSD USB3, OP 2.5.0, OpenCPN  5.2.4




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#14
(2020-10-03, 07:45 PM)Didier B Wrote:
(2020-10-03, 06:20 PM)paul42 Wrote:
(2020-10-03, 06:15 PM)verkerkbr Wrote:
(2020-10-03, 04:17 PM)paul42 Wrote: Did the update & now booting from an SSD. All seems OK but the Ocpn chart re-draw doesn't seem much faster.

SD was  a 64GB SanDisk Extreme, SSD is a SanDisk 240GB Plus & using the recommended Eluteng adapter to the Rpi4 4GB.

How's it working for anyone else?

Did you upgrade to the latest kernel version ? version 5.4.69 (sudo rpi-update) and are you running the 64 bits version ? Then you get a quick respons.

Bram

Yes to 5.4 but no to 64 bits. Will have a look at that thanks

Paul
Same for me : rpi-update, RaspiOS 32b. 64 bit is still a beta version, advancing quickly...So I guess I will not wait very long ...

I am using a mSATA SSD 120 GB Kingspec, in an USB3.0 aluminium box, that kind ;
I Agree it is not much faster than a fast SD (extreme, U3 etc.)

The Sata version is much slower then the PCIe NVMe version. Running here very fast.

Bram
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#15
(2020-10-03, 07:58 PM)verkerkbr Wrote:
(2020-10-03, 07:45 PM)Didier B Wrote:
(2020-10-03, 06:20 PM)paul42 Wrote:
(2020-10-03, 06:15 PM)verkerkbr Wrote:
(2020-10-03, 04:17 PM)paul42 Wrote: Did the update & now booting from an SSD. All seems OK but the Ocpn chart re-draw doesn't seem much faster.

SD was  a 64GB SanDisk Extreme, SSD is a SanDisk 240GB Plus & using the recommended Eluteng adapter to the Rpi4 4GB.

How's it working for anyone else?

Did you upgrade to the latest kernel version ? version 5.4.69 (sudo rpi-update) and are you running the 64 bits version ? Then you get a quick respons.

Bram

Yes to 5.4 but no to 64 bits. Will have a look at that thanks

Paul
Same for me : rpi-update, RaspiOS 32b. 64 bit is still a beta version, advancing quickly...So I guess I will not wait very long ...

I am using a mSATA SSD 120 GB Kingspec, in an USB3.0 aluminium box, that kind ;
I Agree it is not much faster than a fast SD (extreme, U3 etc.)

The Sata version is much slower then the PCIe NVMe version. Running here very fast.

Bram

Forgot to say mine is SATA. Will try a PCIe NVMe & see how that goes.
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#16
(2020-10-03, 09:00 PM)paul42 Wrote:
(2020-10-03, 07:58 PM)verkerkbr Wrote:
(2020-10-03, 07:45 PM)Didier B Wrote:
(2020-10-03, 06:20 PM)paul42 Wrote:
(2020-10-03, 06:15 PM)verkerkbr Wrote: Did you upgrade to the latest kernel version ? version 5.4.69 (sudo rpi-update) and are you running the 64 bits version ? Then you get a quick respons.

Bram

Yes to 5.4 but no to 64 bits. Will have a look at that thanks

Paul
Same for me : rpi-update, RaspiOS 32b. 64 bit is still a beta version, advancing quickly...So I guess I will not wait very long ...

I am using a mSATA SSD 120 GB Kingspec, in an USB3.0 aluminium box, that kind ;
I Agree it is not much faster than a fast SD (extreme, U3 etc.)

The Sata version is much slower then the PCIe NVMe version. Running here very fast.

Bram

Forgot to say mine is SATA. Will try a PCIe NVMe & see how that goes.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HvfIeTieXOI
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