[−][src]Type Definition libra_secure_storage::
type InMemoryStorage = InMemoryStorageInternal<RealTimeService>;
InMemoryStorage represents a key value store that is purely in memory and intended for single threads (or must be wrapped by a Arc<RwLock<>>). This provides no permission checks and simply is a proof of concept to unblock building of applications without more complex data stores. Internally, it retains all data, which means that it must make copies of all key material which violates the Libra code base. It violates it because the anticipation is that data stores would securely handle key material. This should not be used in production.