Changes between Version 7 and Version 8 of TBR/UserManual/RTEMS_File_System


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Feb 23, 2010, 7:48:38 AM (10 years ago)
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ChrisJohns
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/* Using the RFS */

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    7676Regular files are an inode with a block map. Internally the RFS code maintains the inode data in memory while a file is open. If the file is opened a second time the inode data is shared between the file handles. This allows the POSIX required time fields to be maintained with minimal overhead.
    77 = Using the RFS =
     77= RFS Shell Configuration =
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    80 The easiest way to use the RFS and to play with it is to enable the shell in your application. To do this add to the file that handles your {{{condefs.h</code> defines:
     80The easiest way to use the RFS and to play with it is to enable the shell in your application. To do this add to the file that handles your <tt>condefs.h</tt> defines:
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    8282 #define CONFIGURE_SHELL_COMMANDS_INIT
     
    103103 flash disk erased successful
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    105 The {{{fderase</code> command can be found in the RFS test application. Next we format the disk with the RFS format command. This command is:
     105The <tt>fderase</tt> command can be found in the RFS test application. Next we format the disk with the RFS format command. This command is:
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    149149        blocks used: 84 (5.5%)
    150150        inodes used: 1 (0.0%)
     151= RFS Programable Configuration =