mergerFS

If you don’t have them yet, install mergerfs and fuse.

sudo apt-get install mergerfs fuse

 

#Pool disks
UUID="0a268f7b-53ad-40c2-917c-0c1d9f6f5bf1"     /media/disk0     ext4     defaults,errors=remount-ro     0 2     #4TB WD   WD-WCC4E2R##### (Slot 0)
UUID="48faa7f4-8073-47f3-b7f8-f8a1bb72ea70"     /media/disk1     ext4     defaults,errors=remount-ro     0 2     #4TB HGST PK1334PEJ#####  (Slot 1)
UUID="f42d3b98-afab-4ead-add0-ab1c9ba4adf5"     /media/disk2     ext4     defaults,errors=remount-ro     0 2     #4TB HGST PK2334PEK#####  (Slot 2)
UUID="4e0f56f6-5d78-41c0-917d-03b6c7a20ee2"     /media/disk3     ext4     defaults,errors=remount-ro     0 2     #4TB HGST PK1334PEK#####  (Slot 3)
UUID="86be02ff-c719-42b4-8dae-14f33bbe86b4"     /media/disk4     ext4     defaults,errors=remount-ro     0 2     #4TB HGST PK2334PEK#####  (Slot 4)
UUID="fad52bbb-8f9c-41e1-9227-d520a9e61dc6"     /media/disk5     ext4     defaults,errors=remount-ro     0 2     #2TB WD Red               (Slot 5)


#mergerFS Mount
/media/disk0:/media/disk1:/media/disk2:/media/disk3:/media/disk4:/media/disk5          /mnt/storage_pool     fuse.mergerfs     category.create=eplfs,defaults,allow_other,direct_io,minfreespace=5G,moveonenospc=true,fsname=storage_pool     0 0

#Bind mergerFS mount point to export dir
/mnt/storage_pool     /export/storage_pool     none     bind     0 0

 

2 thoughts on “mergerFS

    1. Thanks. 🙂 These are mostly personal “notes,” I’m surprised anyone even commented. I had it enumerated for one reason or another and then I just left it like that. I think I had been troubleshooting something when trying to set up mergerfs initially.

      Oh wow, and also just noticed that your the maintainer of mergerfs. That’s cool man, thanks for the free software!

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