Portable, fully-threaded I/O benchmark program
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
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.
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.
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.
HSM for the rest of us.
CopyFS is a copy-on-write, versionned filesystem based on Fuse.
DµMaS is a Document Micro-Management System. It is a document repository which understands documents internally, their structure and interdependencies so it can provide much better tools and process for their management.
Hierachical storage management implemented as userspace filesystem. Manage files on CD as if they were on the harddisk.
A FOSS operating system that aims to meet NSA's TPEP TCB A1 evaluation standard while retaining application compatibility at minimal performance overhead.
The OpenSSI project is a comprehensive clustering solution offering a full, highly available SSI environment for Linux. Goals for OpenSSI Clusters include availability, scalability and manageability, built from standard servers.
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.
Wayback is user-level versioning file system for Linux. Wayback allows for remounting of any file system to add transparent versioning.
Small and simple disk defragmenter for Windows XP - 2008R2 based on jkDefrag code.
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.
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.
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.
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.
OpenHSM is policy based software for managing files. Files can be automatically backed up to tape or to a mirror filesystem. Data can be removed from files and transparently retrieved if the file is accessed. All tiers are peers, and may run policy.