In this post we will not be solving a problem yet. This post is about code I wrote to experiment with differences between file and block storage.
In this post we will start by writing some data into individual files. This will set the ground for some differences that arise when you access similar data in block mode possibly in a cloud storage setting.
This code has been written in C on a Windows platform. For my benefit regarding ease of development, I have used some previous code found in a set of libraries which at this point I am not allowed to disclose. That said; when we encounter such calls I will suggest ways you can replace them with much simpler code. Sorry for the inconvenience this may cause. Continue reading “Block Storage vs. File Storage – Part 1”