Building my first Nextcloud instance for the home, with the intent to securely share documents with family, lawyer etc. Suggestions from the community indicated that using a large SD card would burn out within two years: I would think that read /writes to the SD card are independent of the size and that that the unsaid suggestion is to use berryboot to keep the OS and NexcloudPi stack on a conventional USB HDD?
Is this the best practice(berryboot)?
Is this the common practice or do most folks use the SD card?
Will I need to reformat my existing USB-HDD (that currently has data) in order to berryboot?
If berryboot is the best practice to use a SSD USB HDD or electro-mechanical USBHDD?