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1. How to save the structure (900 KB) to the file in reduced size format, such that the file size doesn't become too big?
It depends on the data. A general compression algorithm is probably not reccomended here, because you have to access fast the struct. So, it is up to you (based on data knowledge) to implement (if feasible) an ad hoc compression/decompression algorithm.

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Saving the structure every second data as an individual file for reading and writing (there will be 60 files for 60 seconds)
or saving the structure sequentially in the same file(only one file)...Which is efficient for reading and writing
At first glance the individual file option looks more promising. But, again, data knowledge could change such an estimate.
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