No, in-memory is C structures with the StoreEntry, MemObj etc. The
metadata on disk is a binary structure. See the programming guide for
the on-disk file format.
The actual object is stored on disk as it is received, including headers
> Thanks, Henrik pal!
> I want to know whether the object on disk or in memory
> has the same store format. I think they are the same,
> Am I correct?
> Best regards,
> George Ma
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