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2015

2014

Things UNIX can do atomically — Crowley Code!

by sylvainulg (via)
mv -T oldsymlink newsymlink atomically changes the target of newsymlink to the directory pointed to by oldsymlink and is indispensable when deploying new code.

2013

2012

LiveReload

by Xavier Lacot & 3 others
An auto-refresh for the browser when a file gets changed on the filesystem

No space left on device et pourtant il reste de la place - Technology and me

by Xavier Lacot
Damn PHP5 file session storage! A method to avoid fulfilling the disk with session files

2011

Unofficial MacFUSE release for 64bit kernels

by Xavier Lacot
Want to use Macfuse on 64bits Kernels? Here is the unoffical version to install in order to get this mess working.

PERFORMANCE OF FILESYSTEMS COMPARED (includes Reiser4 and Ext4).

by balluche
RESULT: With compression, REISER4, absolutely SMASHED the other filesystems.

2010

2009

PhotoRec - CGSecurity

by Xavier Lacot & 17 others
PhotoRec is file data recovery software designed to recover lost files including video, documents and archives from Hard Disks and CDRom and lost pictures (thus, its 'Photo Recovery' name) from digital camera memory. PhotoRec ignores the filesystem and goes after the underlying data, so it will still work even if your media's filesystem has been severely damaged or re-formatted

Database versus files for Images at Spindrop

by Xavier Lacot
Dave gives his feedback on a long-debated developement topic : storing files in database or on the filesystem. "I had been serving images via the database. Immediately when I switched to the filesystem I saw a huge benefit. Not just a drop in database connections, but overall “zippiness” in the site. We’ll see how well this performs in the real world, but I am quite sure that I learned my lesson." All this makes sense : files are not data, they are just files. A filesystem is designed for hosting files. A database is designed for hosting data. Don't mess things.

2008

Affaire Hans Reiser (épilogue)

by tehu
peu probable en effet que ReiserFS survive à son auteur

inotify - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

by sylvainulg (via)
neat extension to the typical filesystem interface. Clean, efficient, ... all we like ^_^

ELASTRA - The Infinite Database

by springnet
ELASTRA is the world's first infinitely scalable solution for running standard relational databases in an on-demand computing cloud. ELASTRA's exclusive, high-performance S3DFS storage technologies enable a standard RDBMS to be deployed on Amazon's Elasti

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