write-sect-total seems to be pretty high and keeps going up a little too fast for my liking. Am I worrying too much, or is there something going on that is going to wear out the flash memory prematurely?
What can I do to minimize flash memory writes as much as possible? Logs and stats are written to RAM memory (which s default setting). Can't think of what else would be writing to the flash memory this much!
uptime: 16w5d5h37m48s version: "4.6" free-memory: 240124kB total-memory: 257360kB cpu: "MIPS 24K V7.4" cpu-count: 1 cpu-frequency: 680MHz cpu-load: 1 free-hdd-space: 481052kB total-hdd-space: 520192kB write-sect-since-reboot: 2282996 write-sect-total: 2282996 bad-blocks: 2 architecture-name: "mipsbe" board-name: "RB450G"