Tahoe is a secure distributed filesystem that is designed to conform with the principle of least authority. The developers behind the project announced this month the release of version 1.5, which includes bugfixes and improvements to portability and performance, including a 10 percent boost to file upload speed over high-latency connections. Tahoe's underlying architecture is similar to that of a peer-to-peer network. P2P-like Tahoe filesystem offers secure storage in the cloud P2P-like Tahoe filesystem offers secure storage in the cloud
Tahoe-LAFS (Tahoe Least-Authority Filesystem) is a free and open, secure, decentralized, fault-tolerant, peer-to-peer distributed data store and distributed file system.[4][5] It can be used as an online backup system, or to serve as a file or web host similar to Freenet,[6] depending on the front-end used to insert and access files in the Tahoe system. Tahoe can also be used in a RAID-like manner to use multiple disks to make a single large RAIN[7] pool of reliable data storage. Zooko Wilcox-O'Hearn is one of the developers.[8][9] Fork[edit] Tahoe Least-Authority Filesystem Tahoe Least-Authority Filesystem
TestGrid – tahoe-lafs TestGrid – tahoe-lafs This page is about the "Public Test Grid", which is also called the "pubgrid". The pubgrid has several purposes: to make it easier for people new to tahoe to begin to experiment to enable small-scale trial use of tahoe to help the tahoe community gain experience with grids of heterogenous servers without a pre-existing social organization The pubgrid also has two critical non-goals The pubgrid is not intended to provide large-scale storage, and it is not intended to be reliable.
Tutorials - using ZAR data recovery