2.8. Virtual filesystem

The Virtual FileSystem (VFS) enables your target to access parts of a host filesystem. This access is achieved through a target OS-specific driver and a memory-mapped device called the MessageBox. When using the VFS, access to the host filesystem is analogous to access to a shared network drive, and can be expected to behave in the same way.

This section contains the following sections:

This section does not cover the process for adding the VFS component to your model system, but instead on how the end user interacts with the VFS. If you need to build your own system including the VFS, see the Fast Models Reference Manual. See also the WritingADriver.txt file in %PVLIB_HOME%\VFS\docs\.

Note

VFS support is only provided by VE RTSM models. MPS RTSM models do not support VFS functionality.

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