DIRFS: A DragonFlyBSD File-System For Virtual Kernels
Phoronix: DIRFS: A DragonFlyBSD File-System For Virtual Kernels
DIRFS was committed today as a new file-system for the DragonFlyBSD operating system. DIRFS isn't some competitor to the distribution's HAMMER (or the forthcoming HAMMER2 file-system), but it's a simple file-system implementation designed for use by the operating system's virtual kernel architecture...
Will linux gain some psuedo filesystems one day ? Seems awesome! PsuedoFS for the win!
Linux have a couple pseudo file systems.
devfs, debugfs, procfs, tmpfs, sysfs, are pseudo file systems.
Probably there are many pseudo file systems and virtual file systems implemented atop of FUSE.
Like file system for wiki, FTP, WebDAV, etc.
Plan 9 from Bell Labs drove the "everything is a file" idea further and made network computing and distributed computing more transparent with remote file systems mounted as if they were local.