for a starter like me .......i got a vague idea that fuse lets users create filesystem in userspace....after installing the fuse package from my ubuntu..wat should i do next to try it out .........
on 08/24/2009 – Made popular on 08/24/2009
I'm testing zfs-fuse as an option to provide filesystem compression on existing CentOS 5 servers. I'm dealing with a highly-compressible dataset (80%), so zfs-fuse comes in quite handy. The issue I'm encountering with my storage pools is related to file permissions.
It appears that zfs-fuse is ignoring or partially recognizing file permissions for non-owners.
I have been playing around with FUSE. It is kind of cute, but I have run into a barrier. I am looking for either direction, or for someone to tell me I've my head up and locked.What I want to do is create is a 'file' using FUSE that behaves like a device node -- kind of like /dev/urandom. The idea is to create an arbitrary function generator that can be piped throu
This is a bit of a strange question. I'm writing a fuse module using the go-fuse library, and at the moment I have a "fake" file with a size of 6000 bytes, and which will output some unrelated data for all read requests.
I'm trying to setup a Raspberry Pi as a file server using ddumbfs to reduce the storage requirements.
The compilation and install goes just fine, but when I get to mount the filesystem I get nothing.
When I run the ddumbfs command to mount the FS, I get normal output from the program but the filesystem is not mounted.