Opendedup is proud to announce SDFS, the high performance, inline file
system for Linux has been ported to Windows thanks to Dokan and
JDokan. This will allow users to mount, read, and write data to a
deduplication based file system. Adding support for Windows support
will allow a larger group to leverage the storage savings for
SDFS is designed to provide inline deduplication for applications such
as files shares and virtual machines. With SDFS deduplicated data can
be store on disk or in the "Cloud". SDFS also provides for snapshots
and cross platform mounting, between Windows and Linux.
SDFS can now be mounted on Windows (tested with Windows 7). Dokan and
Java 7(32 bit) are required for Windows Support. Windows support is
experimental and not well tested. All features should work the same
own Windows as they do on Linux except for permissions and symlinks.
SDFS on Windows currently has no permissions.
SDFS for Windows can be downloaded here: