Validating and writing system software to the filesystem

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You can query the device to see if it's a WORM device, switch it between WORM and ROM mode, open and close it for WORM writing, and mark it as read-only.

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I think, however, that you are attaching too much importance to drive defragmentation.

Have a look here for a simple explanation of fragmentation.

I doubt you will even notice a difference on an external USB drive.

The bottleneck will be the rate of data transfer over the USB cable.

It’s even worse when your development infrastructure is isolated from the Internet (such as banks or security companies).

In this case, validating your XML against schemas becomes a real nightmare.

In those cases you can notice a decrease in drive performance.

As I said before, on an external drive I don't think you will be able to detect this, even if it does happen.

There's a file named with implementation details for the WORM bit of all this.

Basically, Sandisk created vendor-specific SCSI opcodes for WORM operation.


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