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Secure the linux embedded OS when lost power in sudden ???

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Hi,

Do you have any idea/source/ebook/technical report/solution regards on the problem of software architecture/design of linux embedded divices that could secure the OS if the device is lost power in sudden so the OS will not damage?

I'm designing a linux embedded device but the problem of sudden power off (like: unplug the power cable, turn the power switch off, ... which may damage the OS while it running and may be in the next turn on the device will have to scan disk, fix errors bla bla...) is still a big question.

Hope to receive any hint.

Thanks.
HLH
 

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