oneffs

One-file filesystem is a filesystem for storing a single unnamed file
README

One-file filesystem is a filesystem for storing a single unnamed file.
It is suitable for storing data that may be lost on updates.
For example a cache of pre-computed cryptographic checksums that are slow to compute, but that we would rather recompute than have stale checksums.

CRC32 checksums are used to ensure integrity of both the header and the data.

With mirage-block-partition you can store multiple files with static allocation.

Install
Published
28 Sep 2022
Sources
oneffs-0.1.0.tbz
sha256=cfee53b51af1d16ef1d4016a81d2012dc90b92817d2dc7e77503a6879100b3c1
sha512=a7260e90c501257f38fc7d39bee0495bc06f4af1d6f4437f1f3566d379215c8f870dddbd94a37d355aea02aeb7ab3d27cc2fe502d97b292ed4f00c411a8165a2
Dependencies
optint
>= "0.0.5"
cstruct
>= "6.0.0"
lwt
>= "5.3.0"
mirage-block
>= "3.0.0"
ocaml
>= "4.08.0"
dune
>= "3.4"
Reverse Dependencies