NVRAMD is simple assignment-value-pair data base server typically used as a configuration registry on embedded systems.
Several features are particularly useful for that purpose: the data base is completely held in application memory and a flash (or a plain file) is used to store a copy of that data base that is loaded when the server starts.
Changes in the data are only saved after a set time since the last change occurred, preventing flash from being written too frequently.
What's New in This Release:
· The documentation for the client library has been updated.
· Handling of the life span of exec jobs when the system time has changed was improved in the server.