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redisfs - a Replication-Friendly Filesystem

The notion of a replication-friendly storage system inspired me to build a filesystem around it, using the FUSE system.

Masterless peer-to-peer sounds better than master-slave replication. Just check the other NoSQL based FUSE enabled filesystems.

The usage scenario suggested by Salvatore Sanfilippo is more conceivable:

My best guess is a ramdisk-speed-alike filesystem that is partially persistent

Original title and link: redisfs - a Replication-Friendly Filesystem (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)

via: http://www.steve.org.uk/Software/redisfs/