Is there any way to measure performance on a FUSE-based mount that is mounted via long-running executable (no device is used, nor /etc/fstab entry added)?
Let's say that you mounted encfs: encfs ~/cryptfoo ~/foo Then try to create another encfs inside the mount point: encfs ~/cryptfoo2 ~/foo/foo2 It will fail. Why does this occur? I am using ...
I use s3fs 1.33 on Ubuntu 9.10. Regularily it gives me errors like this: rsync: writefd_unbuffered failed to write 4 bytes to socket [sender]: Broken pipe (32) rsync: close failed on ...
I'm using s3fs 1.33 on Ubuntu 9.10 x86. I mount it manually with this command: sudo /usr/bin/s3fs mybucket /mnt/s3/mybucket -ouse_cache=/tmp How can I force the mount on boot? I guess that I have ...
I'm thinking of using ZFS for my home-made NAS array. I would have 4 HDDs in raidz on a Ubuntu Server 10.04 machine. I'd like to use the snapshot capability and dedup when storing data. I'm not so ...