Has anyone found this to be a problem:
I wrote an signal-strength script that I have used for many years. After upgrading from 6.21.1 to 6.36.6 I had to modify it for the new method of controlling the LEDs. (I can’t use the built-in “type=wireless-signal-strength” feature because that has fixed RSSI values.) This new script works fine, but I've noticed extreme resource usage: Each time an LED is set, I get a system log posting and two corresponding sector writes:
The “item changed” in the log appears to be triggered by lines like this:
:set [find where leds="led1"] type=on;
But those entries are presumably written to RAM. What concerns me are the sector writes which I’m concerned will eat up the NAND flash. Is anyone else experiencing this problem?