@angristan I guess redis isn't just caching, so if there's no enough space in RAM for metadata there's no places lefts for new files too ? 😬
@r000t there's a bunch of alternatives like s3fs, goofys, s3ql, riofs, utahfs, etc
So far s3ql is the best in terms of features and performance, but juicefs looks very promising
@r000t yeah I didn't have good experience with s3fs either. I use s3ql to stream videos and it's great. It stores data in chunks (so no 1:1 mapping like s3fs, the s3 bucket by itself is unusable) but that allows it to be more optimized. It has local data cache, dedup, compression, encryption, etc. I have little to no buffering when streaming stuff from plex with s3ql as a backend. It's not great at handling lots of small files from my experience, but it's not my current use case so it's fine
@r000t juicefs also stores chunks and has caching, so it's looking good. And it's made with Go (vs Python)
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