[mythtv-users] [OT] fuse filesystem that combines a number of directories into one

Michael Watson michael at thewatsonfamily.id.au
Mon Nov 19 06:45:38 UTC 2012

On 19/11/2012 4:33 PM, Nick Rout wrote:
> Sorry about the OT nature of this, but I think I first heard about the 
> program I am thinking of on this list (or maybe not, it's old age....)
> A while ago someone posted about a fuse based filesystem that would 
> combine a number of directories into one big filesystem. So you would 
> mount (eg) /mnt/videos1 and /mnt/videos2 into one directory 
> /mnt/allvideos. It was rather clever in the way it allocated resources 
> when you moved a file to /mnt/allvideos.
> My problem is I tested it out and it seemed to work well, but now I 
> have forgotten what it was called and can't use it again!
> It was something less complex than unionfs, any tips or pointers 
> gratefully accepted.
> Nick.

Is this it?

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