Re: Install Yocto image and backup


Thanks Matthias,

The A/B partitioning is very common and I would argue, it is the
simplest way if you want you OTA Update to be safe in regards of any
errors (user unplugging etc.) that may happen during write / switching
to new software. If you can spare the extra partitions on your NAND, my
advice would be to do it exactly that way, and use a common tool for
that (i.e. swupate, rauc, ... ).
We don't have OTA update for RO kernel and rootfs yet, I'll take the
advice for running OTA A/B partitioning when the requirement is

Thank you all for your kind responses.

Kind regards,

- jupiter

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