Peer Manager and File Store

yldzmuhammed gravatar image

asked 2018-01-12 12:04:31 +0100


Here is my conditations;

  • using ukeil 5.
  • sd132 Version 5.
  • sdk version 14,2,17b948a

In my project, i am using secure connection. So peer manager enabled.

I have some configurations that i need save somehow. But i dont want to use external eeprom etc. Without peer manager, i can use fstorage. But when i activate the peer manager, i beleive there is some conflicting happening. We talked about this here

@Petter suggested me to use the fds and he gave me an example project.

I am a little confiused. When i read/write succesfull to/from the flash, i used flash_fstorage as reference.

But Petter suggested me to use fds. What is the difference between them?

If i want to use peer manager and internal flash for storage, what should i do?

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answered 2018-01-15 13:19:09 +0100

yldzmuhammed gravatar image

updated 2018-01-15 14:17:22 +0100

FDS uses Fstorage to store data. Several users, for example Peer Manager and your application, can use FDS to access the same region of flash. Did you try using FDS?

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i did. you are correct.

Muhammet YILDIZ ( 2018-01-15 14:17:45 +0100 )editconvert to answer

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