Storing Logs

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Re: Storing Logs

Postby gregstewart90 » Wed Sep 13, 2017 1:48 pm

ESP_igrr wrote:If you can pack two int32 variables into an int64 and store that instead of a blob, that will be twice as efficient.

I definitely can pack them together. Should I make an array of the log entries and save that to the blob or should I try to rename each entry?

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BlobLog blob_logs[];
nvs_set_blob(my_handle, "log", &blob_logs, sizeof(blob_logs));


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nvs_set_i32(my_handle, "unique_name", new_blob_log); //unique_name will probably just be an incremented int.

With the former it is easier to save since I don't have to create unique names for the nvs location, and with the latter I will have to read many different locations when accessing the blob. Does the latter have an advantage?

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Re: Storing Logs

Postby ESP_igrr » Thu Sep 14, 2017 12:40 am

Not rewriting what was already written is obviously more efficient. You will need less flash operations when using a separate key-value pair for each log entry.

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