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Relational Filesystem

Relational Filesystem is a Linux userspace "shadow" filesystem (where the file data remains on disk) using Fuse and a relational database to store information about files. Directories can represent queries, and powerful features (e.g. Bayesian classification) are added through plugins.

Recent releases

  •  08 Aug 2004 21:30

    Release Notes: Indexers run in a separate thread, there is an interface for "compiled-in plugins", and there is now developer documentation.


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