Go Fuse

Open-source Go projects categorized as Fuse

Top 13 Go Fuse Projects

  • seaweedfs

    SeaweedFS is a fast distributed storage system for blobs, objects, files, and data lake, for billions of files! Blob store has O(1) disk seek, cloud tiering. Filer supports Cloud Drive, cross-DC active-active replication, Kubernetes, POSIX FUSE mount, S3 API, S3 Gateway, Hadoop, WebDAV, encryption, Erasure Coding.

  • Project mention: DwarFS – The Deduplicating Warp-Speed Advanced Read-Only File System | news.ycombinator.com | 2024-04-11

    Whoops: WebDAV:

    https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=39417503

    SeaweedFS supports WebDAV. https://github.com/seaweedfs/seaweedfs/wiki/WebDAV

    I'm not able to find if both/restic supports mounting backups as WebDAV, but in theory there's nothing stopping you.

    It's 100% user space (expose a rest service) and supported by a bunch of file-browsers with a bit of a network aware component to it as well.

  • upspin

    Upspin: A framework for naming everyone's everything.

  • Project mention: I Moved My Blog from IPFS to a Server | news.ycombinator.com | 2024-01-31

    Super intriguing. Thanks for sharing!

    It reminds me a bit of an early Go project called Upspin [1]. And also a bit of Solid [2]. Did you get any inspiration from them?

    What excites me about your project is that you're addressing the elephant in the room when it comes to data sovereignty (~nobody wants to self-host a personal database but their personal devices aren't publicly accessible) in an elegant way.

    By storing the data on my personal device and (presumably?) paying for a managed relay (and maybe an encrypted backup), I can keep my data in my physical possession, but I won't have to host anything on my own. Is that the idea?

    https://upspin.io/

  • WorkOS

    The modern identity platform for B2B SaaS. The APIs are flexible and easy-to-use, supporting authentication, user identity, and complex enterprise features like SSO and SCIM provisioning.

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  • goofys

    a high-performance, POSIX-ish Amazon S3 file system written in Go

  • Project mention: Is Posix Outdated? | news.ycombinator.com | 2023-10-19

    The author needs to ask themselves: in this cloud technology stack, is there POSIX involved somewhere lower down, where I can't access it? The answer is, of course, "yes". The sort of cloud storage systems described all run on top of POSIX APIs. They provide convenience (cost efficiency is more debatable) compared to the POSIX alternative, but that's because they exist at an entirely different conceptual layer (hence the presence of POSIX anyway, just buried).

    Your point about surfacing a POSIX that's actually there but hidden and thus visible to low-level Amazon employees building the S3 service which makes it invisible to S3 end customers is true but isn't the the point of the article. The author is saying there are motivations for a POSIX-like api visible also the end user.

    So your explanation of stack looks like 2 layers: POSIX api <-- AWS S3 built on top of that

    Author's essay is actually talking about 3 layers: POSIX <-- AWS S3 <-- POSIX

    That's why the blog post has the following links to POSIX-on-top-of-S3-objects :

    https://github.com/s3fs-fuse/s3fs-fuse

    https://github.com/kahing/goofys

    https://www.cuno.io/

  • gocryptfs

    Encrypted overlay filesystem written in Go

  • Project mention: Syncthing: Untrusted Device Encryption | news.ycombinator.com | 2023-12-07

    I'm looking to improve my documents syncing setup. Currently I'm using owncloud, but that seems overkill for just files syncing and it requires maintenance, so I gave Syncthing a look. The "Untrusted device encryption" was not appealing to me because I'm not convinced by the security aspects yet, and also because it is in beta for now. I used gocryptfs [1] in the past and was quite happy with it, so I'm planning to use it on top of Syncthing to have files synced encrypted. As far as I have read this setup (Syncthing + gocryptfs) seems to be used by several people and has already been discussed by gocryptfs' author, who recommended a `-sharedstorage` flag for such use case [2]. Reading [3] I think gocryptfs is more suited for files syncing than cryfs. I'm aware that the metadata (file size, structure, …) of my files are not encrypted but that's a compromise I'm ready to make.

    I would be happy to hear about opinions about this approach.

    [1] https://nuetzlich.net/gocryptfs/

    [2] https://github.com/rfjakob/gocryptfs/issues/549#issuecomment...

    [3] https://www.cryfs.org/comparison

  • go-fuse

    FUSE bindings for Go

  • onedriver

    A native Linux filesystem for Microsoft OneDrive

  • Project mention: What's the most pratical solution for someone who wants to use Linux as their primary OS but often has to deal with Windows-exclusive software and services? | /r/linuxquestions | 2023-12-06

    onedriver is a native Linux filesystem for Microsoft OneDrive: - https://github.com/jstaf/onedriver

  • plexdrive

    Plexdrive mounts your Google Drive FUSE filesystem (optimized for media playback)

  • InfluxDB

    Power Real-Time Data Analytics at Scale. Get real-time insights from all types of time series data with InfluxDB. Ingest, query, and analyze billions of data points in real-time with unbounded cardinality.

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  • distribyted

    Torrent client with HTTP, fuse, and WebDAV interfaces. Start exploring your torrent files right away, even zip, rar, or 7zip archive contents!

  • webdavfs

    Linux / OSX FUSE webdav filesystem. This filesystem behaves like a real network filesystem- no unnecessary copying of entire files.

  • puter-fuse

    Mount the Puter Internet Filesystem on Your Linux/Mac Device

  • Project mention: Show HN: Puter Fuse – Mount the Puter "Internet FS" on Your Computer | news.ycombinator.com | 2024-03-11
  • httpfs

    Create filesystems using your favorite HTTP framework. (by progrium)

  • Project mention: Httpfs: Create filesystems using your favorite HTTP framework | news.ycombinator.com | 2024-04-19
  • journalfs

    Mount the systemd journal as log files. FUSE filesystem

  • Project mention: journalfs – mount, explore the systemd journal as a FUSE filesystem | news.ycombinator.com | 2023-06-11
  • iphonebackupfs

    Access an iPhone backup as a disk on Windows and Linux

  • Project mention: [opensource] FUSE driver for iPhone backups | /r/digitalforensics | 2023-06-20
NOTE: The open source projects on this list are ordered by number of github stars. The number of mentions indicates repo mentiontions in the last 12 Months or since we started tracking (Dec 2020).

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Index

What are some of the best open-source Fuse projects in Go? This list will help you:

Project Stars
1 seaweedfs 21,013
2 upspin 6,219
3 goofys 5,031
4 gocryptfs 3,291
5 go-fuse 1,933
6 onedriver 1,749
7 plexdrive 1,726
8 distribyted 1,011
9 webdavfs 208
10 puter-fuse 16
11 httpfs 7
12 journalfs 7
13 iphonebackupfs 6

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