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fastdfs - FastDFS is an open source high performance distributed file system (DFS)

  •    C

FastDFS is an open source high performance distributed file system. It's major functions include: file storing, file syncing and file accessing (file uploading and file downloading), and it can resolve the high capacity and load balancing problem. FastDFS should meet the requirement of the website whose service based on files such as photo sharing site and video sharing site. FastDFS has two roles: tracker and storage. The tracker takes charge of scheduling and load balancing for file access. The storage store files and it's function is file management including: file storing, file syncing, providing file access interface. It also manage the meta data which are attributes representing as key value pair of the file. For example: width=1024, the key is "width" and the value is "1024".

minfs - A network filesystem client to connect to Minio and Amazon S3 compatible cloud storage servers

  •    Go

MinFS is a fuse driver for Amazon S3 compatible object storage server. MinFS lets you mount a remote bucket (from a S3 compatible object store), as if it were a local directory. This allows you to read and write from the remote bucket just by operating on the local mount directory.MinFS helps legacy applications use modern object stores with minimal config changes. MinFS uses BoltDB for caching and saving metadata, list of files, permissions, owners etc.

minio-js - Minio Client SDK for Javascript

  •    Javascript

The Minio JavaScript Client SDK provides simple APIs to access any Amazon S3 compatible object storage server.This quickstart guide will show you how to install the client SDK and execute an example JavaScript program. For a complete list of APIs and examples, please take a look at the JavaScript Client API Reference documentation.









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