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Today I decided to protect all my Raspberry Pi SD cards from unproper shutdown and also prevent SD card premature end of life. This means protect them from power outage or just unplugging the power while the Pi is running.

Well, the 1st thing I’ve done was to set some folder into temp file system (log file for example) and write the log files to the SD only every hour (a example). It’s working fine but  I wanted to go deeper and have more protection, so searched over Internet people doing with read-only filesystem. I found lot of interesting article with different methods and decided to start with this one  from k3a, really thanks to him.

Using a read-only file system is mostly used for Pi working 24H/7 a day and with console mode only, so if you’re using X11 or graphic interface, I won’t recommend this method because it won’t work. May be there are some other but it’s not on this article scope. So when you want you’re Pi in read-only mode it’s acting like a server but some server applications are not compatible with read only file system. Mainly database.