Thanks, never heard of it, but I'll check.
I'm basically looking for a fuse based fs that isn't just a toy fs,
but not huge ones like ntfs or fuse-zfs or things like that.

(wondering if fuse-hammer ever really worked, or if the code is still
available somewhere on the web)

2016-09-16 16:53 GMT-04:00 Carsten Mattner <carstenmatt...@gmail.com>:
> On Thu, Sep 15, 2016 at 11:59 PM, Tomohiro Kusumi
> <kusumi.tomoh...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> I'm thinking about porting fuse from FreeBSD. Several benefits by doing this.
>>
>> 1. There are some good fuse based fs like sshfs, ntfs-3g and maybe
>> some others I'm not really aware of (like glusterfs if it ever worked
>> on BSD ?).
>
> There's also fusefs-lkl which uses Linux as a library, making Linux's
> fs drivers available, which makes it easy to share a local filesystem
> with Linux.

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