I have a 60 GB openSuse partition (on a SSD), with a 20 GB root partition formatted with btrfs, and a 40 GB /home partition formatted with XFS.
Due to how small the amount of space is, I am planning on symlinking my Documents, Downloads, Pictures, Musics, etc. from my /home directory to a 200 GB microSD card, which by default is exFat I believe.
I'm not sure what "heavy write/read" would be defined as, but I'll be doing standard downloading and reading from documents, pictures and music, as well as weekly browser data backups to the SD card.
I'm wondering if this warrants changing the filesystem (as I was recommended not to use a journalling filesystem to reduce wear), and if it does, what filesystem should I change it to?
One recommendation I had received was F2FS, but I simply don't know enough about filesystems to judge what's needed and what's better