Project moved to https://github.com/owfs/owfs/
Please note that OWFS source code, and all Issue/Tickets/merge requests have now been moved to https://github.com/owfs/owfs/. Developer mailing lists will still be kept at Sourceforge. ---- OWFS -- 1-Wire file system. Use the Dallas 1-Wire and iButton chips with standard filesystem commands. Create temperature loggers. Monitor everything. OWHTTPD -- same system, only used as a light weight web server. OWFS is also ported to embedded routers, Mac OSX and Windows. Basically you can use these inexpensive little sensors and other chips with very simple wiring to sense and control the physical environment. The interface is very flexible -- everything from a web browser, to read and writing directly to the chip's "file" to integrating with your programs -- even over the internet. There is a growing number of 1-wire sensors: temperature, voltage, humidity, light, ultraviolet, pressure, thermisters, thermocouples, programmable microcontrollers, relays, lights, LCD panels, etc
Collectl is a light-weight performance monitoring tool capable of reporting interactively as well as logging to disk. It reports statistics on cpu, disk, infiniband, lustre, memory, network, nfs, process, quadrics, slabs and more in easy to read format.
BackupPC is a high-performance, enterprise-grade backup system for backing up Linux, WinXX PCs, Macs and laptops to a server's disk. Features include clever pooling of identical files, no client-side software, and a powerful Apache/CGI user interface.
Small tool written in Perl for synchronizing file archives based on MD5 sum comparison (e.g. it detects when a file has just been renamed or moved to a new location inside of the archive). Best suited for offline synchronization, e.g. for mp3 archives.
The Btrfs Test Project is aimed at testing and improving Btrfs ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Btrfs ) The goal of this project is to deliver a suite of automated testing tools for Btrfs as well as publishing the results of tests we run.
Nanotools is a set of Unix style tools and libraries used for helping system's administrators to manage several servers with several operating systems (IBM/Aix, SUN/OS, GNU/Linux). Nanotools is oriented for running in a production environement.
A suite of tools for monitoring GPFS clusters.
The GPFS Monitor Suite was developed at the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) to assist with the deployment and operation of the GLADE storage envrionment, which utilizes IBM's General Parallel File System (GPFS). The suite uses perl scripts and Ganglia to provide low impact near real time monitoring of a GPFS multi-cluster environment consisting of 4,700+ Linux systems. This is not a standalone package, some assembly on your part is required!
Mount configuration files as FUSE filesystems
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.
An independent perl program designed to help administrators and users to see statistics about the filesystem and "clean" redundant files.
A set of perl script to be used with Hobbit or Big Brother monitoring system. netapp.pl - check netapp storage via rsh beastat.pl - use weblogic.jar to check BEA WLS Server dbcheck.pl - use DBI/DBD perl libraries to check Oracle/Informix/SQLServer
The Pawn will make it possibly for you to tell the computer exactly what you would like it to do. Fiction. No its reality now. The highly customizable slackware will be the base for Pawn.
fdistribd is a deamon that allows you to maintain a distributed filesystem. Files are transferred quickly and reliably to any number of destinations.
Perl implentation of rsync that can talk directly to a native rsync program or rsync daemon. The file system I/O is abstracted into a seperate module, which allows an rsync interface to be developed for data other than regular file systems.
BackupAFS is an application to backup OpenAFS cells to a remote backup server's disk. It supports compression, full and multi-level incremental dumps, exponential expiry, and configuration via a friendly web interface.
Create list of files based montpoints
The ExploreFS is a tools based perl code. The tool was created to make one list of entries inside one filesystem Unix or Windows Volumes. The list can be used to map the state of usage, inventory, extract ranges of lists based dates, etc. The options and results can be mapped looking the online help. see "ExploreFS --help". Note: Perl runtime is required
Platform-independent recursive search library. C-API, written in C/C++, with mappings to C++, COM, D, Java, .NET, Python, Ruby, STL, with more to come.
The Common Scripting Interface is a pseudofs which provides simple data via Read Write calls much the same as procfs. The goal is to drop the overhead of scripts and up efficiency by removing the need for multiple instances of the same library in RAM
Racer is a driving simulator for several OS's. This is an easy to use GUI driven program that renames the folders and files and alters the .ini and .shd files so the Linux experience can now be just as great as the other OS experience.
Stockpile is a fault-tolerant network file system written in Perl using Fuse.
Portable, fully-threaded I/O benchmark program
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.
github: https://github.com/ThomasCX/defragfs The defragfs project aims on file-system/directory defragmentation of the Linux operating system, it is (currently) file-system independent and only CLI, hope further development could bring the GUI and better functionality.
Checking the integrity of a file on a remote and local untrusted or compromised server is to be achieved with minimal computational and storage requirements on part of a healthy verifier.
Webmin module for managing Posix Access Control Lists (ACLs) on files and directories.