A userland-level raid type solution. This might have replaced my use of rsync, which can only be good.
- 2011-07-17 - The last update was June 2008. The fourm was never particularly active, and was last used at the end of 2009.
2016-12-15 - still inactive.
2011-07-10 - 1.0.0 beta ∞
I probably tested 1.0.0, but possibly 1.1.1 beta.
Oh, it looks like I cannot use chironfs to take an existing partition and clone it to another. I can't figure out how to do this simple thing.
Also, it doesn't do rebuilding if one of the targets goes down, which is exactly what I want.
\smart install \ libfuse-devel ./configure \make \make install
\mkdir -p /tmp/chiron \cd /tmp/chiron \mkdir source dest mountpoint
Mounting, relative paths:
chironfs source=dest mountpoint
Labelling it so it appears differently in
chironfs --fsname chiron source=dest mountpoint
Mounting, absolute paths:
chironfs /tmp/chiron/source=/tmp/chiron/dest /tmp/chiron/mountpoint
fusermount -u /tmp/chiron/mountpoint
I had some issues with leftover mounts hanging around even after the
fusermount -u /path/to/mountpoint. As root I was able to do a
umount /path/to/mountpoint and it cleaned things up nicely.
Preceed items with a colon if it is slow.
chironfs source=:dest mountpoint