A FUSE abstraction layer for cloud storage (Amazon S3, Google Cloud Storage and more)
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A FUSE abstraction layer for cloud storage.


Installation Requirements:
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  - libfuse      ([sudo] apt-get install libfuse-dev libfuse2 fuse-utils)
  - libcurl      ([sudo] apt-get install libcurl4-gnutls-dev
                                               * OR * 
                                         libcurl4-openssl-dev
  - glib2        ([sudo] apt-get install libglib2.0-dev)
  - autotools    ([sudo] apt-get install automake)
  - mime-support ([sudo] apt-get install mime-support)


Build:
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  ./autogen.sh
  ./configure
  make
  [make install]


Configuration:
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See the supplied stormfs.conf.example for a basic configuration file


Usage: (see --help for a full list of options)
=============================================================================
stormfs bucket mountpoint [options]

general options:
    -o opt,[opt...]         mount options
    -h   --help             print help
    -V   --version          print version

STORMFS options:
    -o config=CONFIG        path to configuration file
                              (default: /etc/stormfs.conf)
    -o url=URL              specify a custom service URL
    -o acl=ACL              canned acl applied to objects (default: private)
                            valid options: {private,
                                            public-read,
                                            public-read-write,
                                            authenticated-read,
                                            bucket-owner-read,
                                            bucket-owner-full-control}
    -o expires=RFC1123DATE  expires HTTP header applied to objects
                              e.g.: Thu\\,\ 08\ Apr\ 2012\ 20:00:00\ GMT
                              (default: disabled)
    -o use_ssl              force the use of SSL
    -o no_verify_ssl        skip SSL certificate/host verification
    -o use_rrs              use reduced redundancy storage
    -o encryption           enable server-side encryption
    -o mime_path=PATH       path to mime.types (default: /etc/mime.types)
    -o cache_path=PATH      path for cached file storage (default: /tmp/stormfs)
    -o cache_timeout=N      sets the cache timeout in seconds (default: 300)
    -o nocache              disable the cache (cache is enabled by default)


Supported APIs
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Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3)
Eucalyptus (Walrus S3)
Google Cloud Storage[1]

Support is planned for the following services:
  Dropbox
  Rackspace Cloud Files
  Google Cloud Storage (native API)

[1] You must enable "Interoperable Access" and use the provided
      "Legacy Storage Access Keys"

Testing
=============================================================================
STORMfs strives to be fully POSIX compliant, the folks at Tuxera have created
an extensive test suit available at:
    http://www.tuxera.com/community/posix-test-suite/

Once compiled, you can run the tests like so:
  $ cd /path/to/mounted/bucked/testdir
  $ prove -r /path/to/fstest


BUGS
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Bugs can be reported at https://github.com/benlemasurier/stormfs/issues

Please be sure to check whether your bug has already been submitted. If it
hasn't, try to provide as much information as necessary to reproduce the bug.