Originally Posted by founder
Just right now about 25 thousand files, the disadvantage against NTSF ist about 300 MB.
But with more files, FAT32 makes a 7 GB SD-card out of my 8 GB SD-card because of the wasted space.
25 thousand files on an SD? huh?
With that much and a real need for it then surely you're using a proper file system on it such as ext2/3 and a real OS such as linux on the pc to handle that much?
I remember when big fat harddisks had to be partitioned no bigger than 32 megs. We thought that wasn't a problem, until we had disks bigger than that.
I take back my suggestion to use fat32. Use ext3.