|author||Erick Tryzelaar <firstname.lastname@example.org>||Fri Aug 03 13:11:09 2018 -0700|
|committer||Erick Tryzelaar <email@example.com>||Fri Aug 03 13:37:24 2018 -0700|
Atomically write metadata to file system Before this patch, `FileSystemRepository::store_metadata` would stream writes into the destination. If the system crashed, it's possible the metadata could be truncated. This refactors the code to atomically write metadata to avoid this happening. Note that this changes the behavior of `FileSystemRepository::store_target`. It used to store the temporary files in a `$REPO/temp` directory, but instead this moves the temp files into the same directory as the destination file. This was done to avoid the case where `temp/` was stored on a separate filesystem than the destination. If that were the case, `NamedTemporaryFile::persist` would not be atomic.
A Rust implementation of The Update Framework (TUF).
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