JuiceFS is an open-source POSIX file system built on top of Redis and object storage (e.g. Amazon S3), designed and optimized for cloud native environment. By using the widely adopted Redis and S3 as the persistent storage, JuiceF
WebFS is a filesystem built on top of the web.
This project started after looking for a way to use IPFS as a Dropbox replacement, and not finding any really solid solutions. I also wanted to be able to fluid
FwAnalyzer (Firmware Analyzer)
FwAnalyzer is a tool to analyze (ext2/3/4), FAT/VFat, SquashFS, UBIFS filesystem images, cpio archives, and directory content using a set of configurable rules. FwAnalyzer relies on e2to
Modd is a developer tool that triggers commands and manages daemons in response to filesystem changes.
If you use modd, you should also look at devd, a compact HTTP daemon for developers. Devd integrates with modd, allowing you
The renameio Go package provides a way to atomically create or replace a file or symbolic link.
Advantages of this package
There are other packages for atomically replacing files, and sometimes ad-hoc implementatio
A FUSE filesystem for WEBDAV shares.
Most filesystem drivers for Webdav shares act somewhat like a mirror; if a file is read it's first downloaded then cached in its entirety on a local drive, then r
Plexdrive allows you to mount your Google Drive account as read-only fuse filesystem, with direct delete option on the filesystem.
The project is comparable to projects like rclone, google-drive-ocamlfuse or node-gdrive-fuse,
gcsfuse is a user-space file system for interacting with Google Cloud Storage.
Please treat gcsfuse as beta-quality software. Use it for whatever you like, but be aware that bugs may lurk, and that we re
File system notifications for Go
fsnotify utilizes golang.org/x/sys rather than syscall from the standard library. Ensure you have the latest version installed by running:
go get -u golang.org/x/sys/...