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|Title:||File System Simulation|
Verma, Ruchi [Guided by]
Virtual file system
|Publisher:||Jaypee University of Information Technology, Solan, H.P.|
|Abstract:||The project involves creation of a virtual file system. The project would require creation and manipulation of various data structures to store the contents of the file system. There should be a programmer-level library of functions (API) like my_create, my_delete, my_open, my_close, my_read, my_write, etc to simulate file system operations. The APIs will work on this simulated file system. The file system can model an existing system such as Unix/Windows or you can invent your own. Provide a programmer-level library of functions (API) like my_create, my_delete, my_open, my_close, my_read, my_write, etc to simulate file system operations. The APIs will work on a simulated file system. You could either model your file system on an existing system (e.g. Unix, Dos, etc) or invent your own. Your system should provide support for directory hierarchies. You should allocate a large file on the actual file system, and treat it as a virtual disk for your file system simulation. In order to implement your API, you would create and manipulate various data structures on your virtual disk to create and manage your file system. For manipulating your file system's data on the virtual disk, you can use C file functions such as fopen, fread, fwrite or corresponding java functions.|
|Appears in Collections:||B.Tech. Project Reports|
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