Parted (multi-part) storages

The container file can be split to several parts (eg. to store parts on the FAT filesystem which limits files to 4 Gb size). For example, if you plan the storage to be 16Gb large, you can split it to 4 (four) 4Gb-large parts.

Part size is specified when the storage is created and can not be changed later.

Parted storages don't make sense in callback mode (where your callbacks are free to manage parts as they like). Callback mode gives more flexibility but requires more work to implement.