ObjectiveFS supports file attributes for Linux in version 6.5 and newer. For the corresponding flags support on macOS, see this doc.
ObjectiveFS supports the
nodump file attributes on Linux.
To use ObjectiveFS with file attributes, just mount your filesystem as usual on your linux server and run the corresponding
chattr to change a file’s attributes and
lsattr to list a file’s attributes.
append-only to file
# chattr +a /ofs/logfile
List the attributes of file
# lsattr /ofs/logfile -----a------------ /ofs/logfile
append-only from file
# chattr -a /ofs/logfile
nodump to file
# chattr +d /ofs/tmpfile
immutable to file
# chattr +i /ofs/mykey
by ObjectiveFS staff, November 26, 2019
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