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Where’s My Data? Internet File System for the Nucleus RTOS

by Jamie Little

Customers building applications for consumer products, medical devices, industrial automation, mil/aero, smart devices and so on have common concerns around managing data. Many developers turn to the Common Internet File System (CIFS) protocol that lets programs make requests for files and services on remote computers on the Internet. Since CIFS uses the client/server programming model, the client program can make requests of a server program (usually in another computer) for access to a file or to pass a message to a program that runs in the server computer. The server takes the requested action and returns a response. Read More ...

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