Tools to manage aufs filesystems
The aufs driver provides a unification file system for the Linux kernel. It allows one to virtually merge the contents of several directories and/or stack them, so that apparent file changes in the aufs end in file changes in only one of the source directories.
This package contains utilities needed to configure aufs containers on-the-fly.
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