Re: fuse4bsd on kfreebsd?
PUFFS is probably nice, but emulating libfuse with librefuse has a
number of drawbacks that I discovered when porting FUSE file systems to
NetBSD. Most importantly it only tends to work for simple cases... more
advanced libfuse functionality is unsupported, so it can only support a
subset of the FUSE filesystems that are out there.
So I think that FUSE is the way to go. It seems to work well enough in
7.x/8.x and as it has been in the ports tree (together with a number of
FUSE file systems) for some time now it's probably more mature than the
PUFFS port which doesn't even seem to be in FreeBSD at all yet.
Tuco wrote 2010-08-07 21.14:
I wouldn't waste time on fuse4bsd, it is a dead project. PUFFS looks
much more promising.
PUFFS is included in NetBSD (http://www.netbsd.org/docs/puffs/), and
has been recently ported to FreeBSD (see
It has a compatibility layer (librefuse) to make it FUSE-compatible.
On 8/4/10, Axel Beckert<firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Axel Beckert wrote:
It fails with "make: don't know how to make fuse_kernel.h. Stop". This
file can be found in the fuse source package, but is not included in
the libfuse-dev binary package built from it. Probably solvable via a
wishlist against libfuse-dev.
With that file symlinked to fuse4bsd-hg/fuse_module/fuse_kernel.h, it
fails to build after a while with the following error message:
fuse_dev.c: In function `fusedev_clone':
fuse_dev.c:551: error: implicit declaration of function `unit2minor'
This seems to be a change in FreeBSD 8.x, other software (e.g. zaptel)
patched it by replacing "unit2minor(unit)" with just "unit" for
FreeBSD> 800062 or so.
My patches so far:
All changes are made plus many more are already made in FreeBSD's
sysutils/fusefs-kmod port. So I took all the patches from there and
came much further.
Now it ends with this:
cc -O2 -pipe -fno-strict-aliasing -Werror -D_KERNEL -DKLD_MODULE -nostdinc
-I../include -I. -I@ -I@/contrib/altq -finline-limit=8000 --param
inline-unit-growth=100 --param large-function-growth=1000 -fno-common
-mpreferred-stack-boundary=2 -mno-mmx -mno-3dnow -mno-sse -mno-sse2
-mno-sse3 -ffreestanding -std=iso9899:1999 -c fuse_vnops.c
fuse_vnops.c: In function `create_filehandle':
fuse_vnops.c:1586: error: `struct fuse_open_in' has no member named `mode'
*** Error code 1
Anyway, this is still the fuse kernel module. I couldn't find it in
the modules on disk or those listed with lsmod. So I guess we'll need
that for using FUSE und kbsd anyway and not just only the tools.
That's all for today. :)
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