by Michael-Jordan Hrycaj (http://freshmeat.net/~mjhrycaj/)
Thu, Aug 3rd 2006 03:27
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 period of time without changes, preventing
flash from being written too frequently.
Maintenance and key signing features.
Release focus: Minor feature enhancements
License: GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPL)
Project URL: http://freshmeat.net/projects/nvramd/