This object is used to report usage information for storage devices.
Object Creation: The roStorageInfo object is created with a parameter that specifies the path of the storage device. The path does not need to extend to the root of the storage device.
Use the following string values to specify different storage drives:
"USB1:"– The drive for USB storage devices connected to the player
"SD:"– The primary SD or microSD drive on the player.
"SD2:"– The internal microSD drive on the player (4Kx42, XDx32 models only)
"SSD:"– The internal SSD on the player (XTx44, XTx43, XDx34, and XDx33 models only)
GetFailureReason() As String
Yields additional useful information if a function return indicates an error.
GetBytesPerBlock() As Integer
Returns the size of a native block on the filesystem used by the specified storage device.
GetSizeInMegabytes() As Integer
Returns the total size (in mebibytes) of the storage device.
On some filesystems that have a portion of space reserved for the super user, the following expression may not be true: GetUsedInMegabytes() + GetFreeInMegabytes() == GetSizeInMegabytes()
GetUsedInMegabytes() As Integer
Returns the amount (in mebibytes) of space currently used on the storage device. This amount includes the size of the pool because this class does not integrate pools into its calculations.
GetFreeInMegabytes() As Integer
Returns the available space (in mebibytes) on the storage device.
GetFileSystemType() As String
Returns a string describing the type of filesystem used on the specified storage. The following are potential values:
GetStorageCardInfo() As roAssociativeArray
Returns an associative array containing details of the storage device hardware. For SD cards, the returned data may include the following:
Card manufacturer ID as assigned by the SD Card Association
Two-character card OEM identifier as assigned by the SD Card Association
Product name, assigned by the card manufacturer (5 bytes for SD, 6 bytes for MMC)
Version of SD spec to which the card conforms
Product revision assigned by the card manufacturer
Speed class (if any) declared by the card
Size of the SD AU in bytes.