Projects in the topic filesystem


Say Hello To Ceph!

a project by wanglh

Learn ceph architecture and try to deploy a ceph cluster.

Updated about 5 years ago. 4 hacker ♥️.

Functional comparison analysis between OCFS2 and GFS2

a project by ZRen

Gang(ghe@suse.com) and Eric(zren@suse.com) will do a functional comparison analysis between OCFS2 and GFS2 during this hack week. we will try to setup a GFS2 cluster environment, compare the features and performance with OCFS2,

Updated over 4 years ago. 4 hacker ♥️. 1 follower.

Make some progress on reversing Microsoft new CoW filesystem, ReFS

an idea by aaptel

>Resilient File System (ReFS), codenamed "Protogon", is a Microsoft proprietary file system introduced with Windows Server 2012 with the intent of becoming the "next generation" file system after NTFS. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ReFS

Updated about 5 years ago. 3 hacker ♥️. Has no hacker: grab it!

libpathrs

a project by cyphar

The plan is to implement a safe path resolution library for Linux to avoid the plentiful numbers of security vulnerabilities that have been seen in the wild related to path resolution race conditions and various other attacks. I've been working on kernel-space solutions but even if they were merged, it is difficult to use them safely directly. So this library intends to provide simple wrappers that everyone can use. https://github.com/openSUSE/libpathrs

Updated almost 5 years ago. 1 hackers ♥️. 1 follower.

HelenOS: <filesystem> of a down

a project by jjindrak

During the previous Hackweek [0], I have successfully implemented, tested and merged [1] an implementation of the entire C++ standard header <future>. This time, my aim is to modernize the C++14-esque standard library [2] of HelenOS [3][4] with a C++17 feature - the <filesystem> header. The <filesystem> header is much larger than the <future> header which I barely managed to implement and test in the allocated time for the previous Hackweek, but <future> was mostly OS-independent as it relied only on previously implemented features of the standard library. The <filesystem> header, however, is limited by the filesystem API of the OS and as such implementing of the entirety of it might not be possible, limiting the scope of the project (which is a good thing due to the time constraints). The primary features of the header [5] that should be implemented:

Updated over 3 years ago. No love. 1 follower.