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Redis-based Replication-friendly Filesystem

A new project to the list of the filesystem interfaces on top of NoSQL stores:

So with a little creative thought you end up with a filesystem which is entirely stored in Redis. At this point you’re thinking “Oooh shiny. Fast and shiny”. But then you think “Redis has built in replication support…”

Meanwhile, Redis creator is trying to put a Redis API on top of a filesystem.

via: http://blog.steve.org.uk/i_ve_accidentally_written_a_replication_friendly_filesystem.html