Quantum Safe Filesystem (QSFS)

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Quantum Storage is a FUSE filesystem that uses mechanisms of forward error correction (Reed Solomon codes) to make sure data (files and metadata) are stored in multiple remote places in a way that we can afford losing x number of locations without losing the data.

The aim is to support unlimited local storage with remote backends for offload and backup which cannot be broken, even by a quantum computer.

QSFS Workload Parameters and Documentation

A complete list of QSFS workload parameters can be found here.

The quantum-storage repo contains a more thorough description of QSFS operation.

Last change: 2024-02-27