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Dey-3.0 ccimx6ulsbc size reduction.

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Hi All,

Our customer has decided to move from a 1G nand to a 256M nand part so we're having to remove a lot of unused FS stuff as they require an 80M partition for their own use.. We've reverted back to a core-image-minimal and built it back up to nearly what they require, however it's still a little big. Before working on this the customer reported a devtmpfs size of 86M, can this be reduced somewhat? If so how and to what detriment?

Core - ccimx6ulsbc
Dey-3.0 r1 Zeus Kernel 5.4

asked Jan 19 in Linux by kiwi-ed New to the Community (0 points)

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devtmpfs is mounted on RAM and should not use up a storage space
answered Jan 21 by LeonidM Veteran of the Digi Community (4,457 points)