Durable is a package, written in the Go programming language, that contains an implementation of a journal that may be used for write-ahead logging, and a utility for atomically writing files.
The atomic file utility follows guidelines inferred from  to achieve atomic writes on a variety of filesystems.
The journal allocates and overwrites fixed-size files, called volumes, using fdatasync for durability. The contents of each volume optionally contain a table of contents, written just before closing the volume, to identify what journal entries are present in the volume. CRCs are used throughout to detect corruption. An incomplete final entry, as could be caused by a power failure, and a corrupted final entry are distinguished by the use of a 32-bit magic number written at a known location in each disk sector.
If you are interested in using this package, would like to report a bug, or wish to see additions or changes, please submit a pull request or contact me at ben at woozlesaurus dot com.
Durable’s API is not yet frozen, and I am planning one backwards-incompatible change to it. Should you wish to have a frozen version of the API, please submit a pull request or email me.
 Pillai, T.S., Chidambaram, V., Alagappan, R., Al-Kiswany, S., Arpaci-Dusseau, A.C. and Arpaci-Dusseau, R.H., 2014, October. All File Systems Are Not Created Equal: On the Complexity of Crafting Crash-Consistent Applications. In OSDI (pp. 433-448).