Reliable Linux File System
Reliability at the file system level means the device must perform in a consistent, efficient manner. The file system must also have safeguards to avoid corruption and store metadata and user data reliably. If using raw flash, the flash driver needs to perform wear leveling to extend the life of the flash, and “bad blocks” must be managed to avoid storing data in worn areas.
Click the block diagram to learn more about reliability at the flash driver and file system levels
Below are a few resources to help you learn more about reliable filesystems on Linux: