Sort files and pack them into partitions
Fpart is a tool that helps you sort file trees and pack them into bags (called "partitions"). It is developped in C and available under the BSD license. It splits a list of directories and file trees into a certain number of partitions, trying to produce partitions with the same size and number of files. It can also produce partitions with a given number of files or a limited size. Once generated, partitions are either printed as file lists to stdout (default) or to files. Those lists can then be used by third party programs. Fpart also includes a live mode, which allows it to crawl very large filesystems and produce partitions in live. Hooks are available to act on those partitions (e.g. immediatly start a transfer using rsync(1)) without having to wait for the filesystem traversal job to be finished. Used this way, fpart can be seen as a powerful data migration tool.
fuse-cache is a simple caching filesystem for Linux using FUSE. It works by copying the files you want to be cached at mount time to a cache directory, , and then using that copy for all subsequent read requests for the file.
insaneFS is a fully decentralized peer-to-peer filesystem based on top of FUSE. It provides POSIX file semantics, including mutable files and directories. It does all this while providing a unified global hierarchy.
LoggerFS is a fuse-based virtual file system that allows you to store log files from apache, syslog and more directly in a database instead of a regular file.
a read/write filesystem driver(using fuse) to mount a mail box under Linux/FreeBSD box, a shell extension to mount a mail box under Windows, using pop3(s) for read, smtp(s) for write.
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
phpApacheBrowser is a File System Management Interface (written in PHP5) that was designed specifically for browsing files and directories on your Apache Web Server. You can also add/remove folders and files through this easy-to-use web application.
poFS is a collection of classes and routines for accessing file systems in a portable and flexible way. Beside providing access to the underlying physical file system, it will provide a means to implement nested virtual file systems.
Network file system designed for use with home NAS. Simple to use, few dependencies, reasonable security, completely in user space.
smbfs - a BSD licensed SMB filesystem for Unix
Not even in alpha stage, anyone doing java and interested to join please do, loads of stuff to do.