file system for unifying several mount points into one
Interface: Command Line
Available deb Repositories (how-to add a respository)
Debian 32-bit 64-bit
stable 0.1.39 0.1.39
testing 0.1.39+nmu1 0.1.39+nmu1
sid 0.1.39+nmu1 0.1.39+nmu1

Ubuntu 32-bit 64-bit
precise 0.1.38 0.1.38
saucy 0.1.39+nmu1ubuntu1 0.1.39+nmu1ubuntu1
trusty 0.1.39+nmu1ubuntu1 0.1.39+nmu1ubuntu1

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My experience with mhddfs

Well apart from the cryptic name and lack of development, this package works as specified.

This is a very useful utility!

I can have 3 drives with movies on them in various folders, and combine all my movie folders into on big "drive" that shows up as normal with all the folders combined, and when I copy into it, it stores the file on the most empty drive..

Performance is a bit slow but it's a FUSE based filesystem, so whatever

The main thing is it works, and it's painless, I have mine setup in my fstab file so it's spawned when I start up.

And I can share it on SAMBA which is handy...

Very cool package.

Tested on Ubuntu Hardy i386 (v8.04.1)

I joined 3 NTFS folders together into one big folder.

One small downside is the disk usage analyzer doesn't know about it so it appears I have twice the disk capacity / usage... but I'm not complaining, it works great.