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Simple TCP FUSE File System

Simple TCP File System is a FUSE (Filesystem in Userspace) based networked file system. It consists of 2 parts: a network server daemon that is started on the (remote) host, and a FUSE module running in user-space on the local host. The server component is launched via SSH, and after the client and server have communicated and created a separate TCP connection for data transfer, the SSH link is shut down.

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  •  01 Feb 2008 18:36

    Release Notes: This release drops single element read/write caches and replaces them with a 1024-item offset table indexed by fd. It includes a separate server launcher which, if used, supports server versions using different communication protocols.

    •  20 Jan 2008 23:02

      Release Notes: This release adds single element read and write caches. There are minor bugfixes and some build updates.

      •  19 Jan 2008 22:39

        Release Notes: A critical bug in stfufs_buffer_reserve() was fixed. Buffer under/overflow detection was added in debug builds.

        •  18 Jan 2008 07:58

          Release Notes: Buffer sizes were enlarged to allow 32768 byte read/writes and 4096 byte file names. The -fstack-protector option was added to debug builds. The Makefile was split.

          •  17 Jan 2008 01:23

            No changes have been submitted for this release.


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