64Mb usb key, not enough space
The 1.3.9b doesn't fit on a regular 64Mb usb key.
I had to modify usb-install.sh by adding the option '-N 256' to the mke2fs command. The mke2fs default calculation of the number of inode gives too many reserved blocks and waste some precious kbytes ...
system lockup with toram boot parameter
During a backup recovery, i realize there is a kernel issue.
If you read a big file greater than physical memory, the system consumes all buffer cache, then begins to use swap. I don't know why, but the system freeze immediatly after using swap file.
You can easily reproduce the problem with $ cat Hugefile >/dev/null
Combined with noswap parameter, the problem vanish.
Without toram parameter, all works fine.
Anyone has noticed this issue ?