POHMELFS stands for Parallel Optimized Host Message Exchange Layered File System.
This is a high performance network filesystem with local coherent cache of data and metadata. Its main goal is distributed parallel processing of data. Network filesystem is a client transport. POHMELFS protocol was proven to be superior to NFS in lots (if not all, then it is in a roadmap) operations.
Basic POHMELFS features:
* Local coherent (notes ) cache for data and metadata.
* Completely async processing of all events (hard and symlinks are the only exceptions) including object creation and data reading.
* Flexible object architecture optimized for network processing. Ability to create long pathes to object and remove arbitrary huge directories in single network command.
And many more...
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