Wayback is user-level versioning file system for Linux. Wayback allows for remounting of any file system to add transparent versioning.
The script generates an automounter map with all blockdevices found in the system. The file systems on the partitions were detected automatically. And it creates a HTML-File with all entries for an easy access to the devices and partitions. It also wo
Boot EnviRonments MANager. Berman is a tool to manage (create, update, etc) different boot environments in your machine. It's useful on upgrade process for example, you will always have a "working version" of your system.
Mount configuration files as FUSE filesystems
copyfs-1.0.1 fork with rename() support
This is a small copyfs-1.0.1 fork which implements rename() (mv) support. This means you can now track files and directories after renaming them. There are however 2 side effects: if a file or directory existed with the name you are changing to, they will be deleted; you cannot check how a file was called (or where was it stored) before it's name changed or it has been moved.
Datamap is a multiplatform disk space and data growth monitoring tool
Datamap is a multiplatform disk space and data growth monitoring tool. Datamap helps manage disk storage on local servers or on the enterprise network. Some of the features included in Datamap: Multiplatform, clients available for Windows, Linux, Solaris and Unix.. Centralized access to all information. Centralized configuration of all nodes. Centralized view of disk usage, current and history views. Centralized view of data growth. Centralized view of data hogging users or applications. Easy identification of "huge files" throughout the network. Flexible grouping of clients and directories. Command line intefrace. Flexible reporting system. Reports can be viewed via a web browser or exported to Excel. Automatic disk space usage and data growth monitoring on client,partitions and filesystems. Disk growth limit monitoring and alert - Never run out of disk space again! Email notifications of alerts. Run custom scripts in response to defined events.
Db5fuse is an open source project to handle filesystem of Philips HDD100 mp3 player on Linux remaining compatible with windows HDDTool application. Project is based on fuse and made in C.
dirdiff is a Perl command-line utility for recursively comparing the date/time stamps of files contained in two directory trees.
hierarchical directory tree sizer - perl script. this pure perl script scans a directory tree, and outputs standard ascii, tree-like directory size report. should work on any OS once it has perl installed.
'dirsize' is a simple perl script that displays the size of a given directory recursively... Now, I *KNOW* there must be some other way to do that but hey, it was faster writing down about 40 lines of perl...
dl is a perl script which offers a quick solution to the difficulty of recovering deleted files in UNIX. Files given to dl are compressed, moved to a private directory, and deleted only when they haven't been recovered for a configurable amount of time.
Scripts written that help you manage VMWare ESX
A command line tool to get information about files on your file system thanks to SQL queries. It is able to point quickly broken symbolic links, hard links and sparse files. It targets Unix but it should run on any system where Perl is available.
fs-check checks filesystem sizes to see if they are getting too full. It uses a configuration file that specifies the filesystems to check, email contacts, trigger thresholds (percentage or amount used/unused), and a report program to run.
fsWeb generates and graphically displays Linux filesystem information via html such as free space, used space, and an itemized list of files, users, and each's associated usage. Requires perl, GD::Graph, Storable, and gd C libraries.
An independent perl program designed to help administrators and users to see statistics about the filesystem and "clean" redundant files.
gobackfs is a user space file system based on FUSE. The changes a process makes to files when it is running called an *event*. In gobackfs, you can revocate a event's changes to files by a simple command even when you donot know which files are changed.
A perl daemon to create a "timemachine" lookalike backup with Dirvish.
A perl daemon loosely based on iWatch, used to create a "timemachine" lookalike backup with Dirvish. iWatch2 is based on iNotify. The daemon can monitor (and exclude) various sets of directories - defined in an XML file - and calls a command or script after a preset time passed (eg, starts a Dirvish backup after 1 hour). Of course not limited to execute Dirvish commands.
Indexed cloud file system
icfs provides a way for mapping multiple URLs, referencing various web-enabled artifacts, into a single file system presentation under Linux. URLs can reference static pages, REST calls, or web objects in an object store.
A command-line program allowing text annotation of individual files or directories within Linux. Annotations are stored in centralized or distributed sqlite files, allowing you to create simple documentation for individual files and directories.
lsfs -- parser from "ls -lR" to FUSE filesystem
q-sync synchronisiert Verzeichnisse. q-sync kann den Abgleich mit unterschiedlichen Prioritaeten durchführen und beruecksichtigt das Ergebnis des letzten Sync-laufes für die Beurteilung der Veraenderungen. (Q-sync is a tool for file synchronization
Rdbackup is a small and easy to use backup system based on rsync and ssh. It works with a disk-to-disk backuping strategy where the data are stored on a single backup server. Rdbackup also provides a status monitoring through the SNMP interface.
Batch renaming files by useing the powerful perl regular expression.
Simple rack/removable hard disk management. Mounts partitions not mentioned in fstab, possibly by volume name. Intended for desktop machines, either run by unprivileged users, or people who often swap hard disks.