bind -c #Fname /nvfs
The file system has only one directory, its root, which can contain only files. Once created, a write can only append to a file; random updates are not allowed, although the file could be truncated and rewritten.
The device specifier following the #F device name is the name of a file in /dev on which the tiny file system will live. For instance, #Fnvram refers to /dev/nvram. The device must allow seek and write. During the attach, the system scans the device, checking the file system structure by building a table of files, and checking a checksum stored in each block; inconsistent structure is reinitialised, and thus a previously unused device will emerge correctly formatted as an empty tiny file system.
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