Libsqlfs is a library used in conjunction with SQLite that allows applications to put an entire read/write file system into a relational database as a single file in the host filesystem. Such a filesystem-in-a-file can easily be moved around, backed up, or restored as a single file. The filesystem can also be accessed as individual files through FUSE (File System in User Space). This provides great flexibility and convenience. File system accesses can be batched into atomic transactions (either all the updates are done, or none of them are). Libsqlfs was created as part of the "ACCESS Linux Platform", and it will be useful in many other applications.
|Tags||Filesystems Software Development Libraries Database API|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: Supports GNU/Linux and the SQLite database on 32-bit x86 and ARM processors.