John Eberly » How I automated my backups to Amazon S3 using rsyn Written by John Eberly on The following is how I automated my backups to Amazon S3 in about 5 minutes. I lot has changed since my original post on automating my backups to s3 using s3sync. There are more mature and easier to use solutions now. I am switching because using s3fs gives you much more options for using s3, it is easier to set up and it is faster. I now use a combination of s3fs to mount a S3 bucket to local directory and then use rsync to keep up to date with my files.
FuseOverAmazon - s3fs - Google Code FUSE-based file system backed by Amazon S3 Announcement: This s3fs project is moved to "s3fs-fuse" on GitHub December 15th, 2013. https://github.com/s3fs-fuse/s3fs-fuse Announcement: Please submit usage/support questions to the Issues area instead of as a comment to this Wiki page.
November 17th, 2007 mysurface Posted in Admin, curlftpfs, mount, sudo, umount | Hits: 97858 | 18 Comments » I have wrote a post regarding on how to access ftp host using curl. And this time, let us look at how to mount the ftp host to a local directory on top of FUSE. FUSE (Filesystem in userland) is a userland build on top of virtual filesystem, it allows you to implement functional filesystem in userspace application. Mounting ftp host to local directory on top of FUSE » Linux by E