Filesys::POSIX::Mem - Filesystem whose logical structure resides solely in program memory
Filesys::POSIX::Mem provides a filesystem whose structure and, to a large extent, contents of regular files, exist solely in program memory as Perl data structures and string buffers. Regular file data up to a certain size can exist entirely in memory; files exceeding that size are dumped to temporary files backed by File::Temp.
Allows one to specify the directory in which temporary bucket files which back regular file data are to be created and kept.
Specifies the maximum size, in bytes, of a regular file as it is kept in memory before being flushed to a bucket file in disk. The default value is, as per Filesys::POSIX::Mem::Inode,
Filesys::POSIX::Memimplementation of the inode construct.
Filesys::POSIX::Memimplementation of file handles associated with regular file data.
Filesys::POSIX::Memimplementation of directory iterable directory structures as defined by the Filesys::POSIX::Directory interface.
Written by Xan Tronix <email@example.com>
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