Reliance Edge Fail-Safe File System
A Transactional Embedded File System for FreeRTOS
Reliance Edge™ is Datalight's
portable, open source, MISRA compliant and fail safe transactional
file system. It protects critical data from corruption, even
when power failures occur.
Datalight's range of Reliance
file systems set the standard for data safety. They are trusted
in millions of products, even those deployed in the most hostile
and inaccessible environments - such as the depths of the
ocean, and the depths of space.
The Reliance Edge fail-safe file system
is designed specifically for small and resource constrained embedded
systems. It can be configured to use as little as 4K bytes of
RAM, and 12K bytes of code space.
Reliance edge is provided pre-ported to FreeRTOS,
and can be evaluated immediately
on a PC, using feature rich free development tools, and the
FreeRTOS Windows port.
MISRA C:2012 Design Assurance Package available to commercial licensees
Rock-solid meta and user data reliability
Reliable operation does not require media having atomic sector writes
Ideal for resource-constrained environments
Simple, easy-to-understand architecture makes implementation quick and efficient
Boots quickly and consistently even after unexpected shutdown or power loss
Includes tools for disk image creation on a Microsoft Windows-based workstation
Replaces or coexists with other file systems
Data stored on removable media is accessible on a PC using an Image Copy tool
Works with any block device driver to support NAND flash, NOR flash, eMMC, SD/MMC, NVRAM, USB mass storage, and SATA (or PATA), etc
"Our products are used from the bottom of the ocean, to the depths
of space, and from the factory floor, to your hip pocket"
- Ken Whitaker, Datalight
"Datalight's family of Reliance fail safe file systems have
delivered proven reliability in hundreds of millions of devices."
- Kerri McConnell, Datalight
"The design goals and implementation of Reliance Edge
means it is no ordinary file system. Reliance Edge will
be a valuable resource for our users, so we are happy to
accept it as an official FreeRTOS+ component."
- Richard Barry, Amazon Web Services Inc.