TinyDisk is a file system that runs on top of link the TinyURL shortening service and similar services such as Nanourl.
Version: 1.0TinyDisk is a program from saving and retrieving files from TinyURL and TinyURL-like services such as Nanourl. It overlays a write-once-read-many anonymous, persistent and globally shared filesystem.
License: BSD License
Operating System: Linux
Once something is uploaded, only the database admin can delete it. Everyone can read it. No one can know who created it. Think of it as a magical CD-R that gets burned and placed on a network.
TinyDisk is released under the BSD License.
To write a file into a database:
java -jar TinyDisk write [filename] [metafile]
where filename is the file to load and metafile is file that TinyDisk creates to retrieve the file from the database.
To read a file from a database:
java -jar TinyDisk read [metafile]
This will retrieve the file described in metafile from the database