BlackHole is an data de-duplicating network block device that also supports mirroring, snapshots, and support for multiple LUNs using the same data store. It is filesystem agnostic and has been tested with ext2/3/4, NTFS, ReiserFS, and the Oracle Cluster File System (OCFS2). It supports encryption, compression, and multiple storage backends. The hashing scheme used is user configurable. The program exports an NBD device which can be mounted in Linux and GNU/Hurd.
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Release Notes: This release adds zoning and IMDisk support (enabling Microsoft Windows clients).
Release Notes: This release adds LDAP authentication in the telnet interface, and implements the new NBD protocol functionality (barriers, trim, and force flush).