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Rockstor is a GNU/Linux and BTRFS based NAS solution

RockStor is a free software Network Attached Storage solution developed on top of GNU/Linux and BTRFS filesystem. It comes with a easy to use web-ui and supports all popular file sharing protocols including NFS, Samba/CIFS and SFTP. The management software has a backend written in Python that exposes functionality with a RESTful API. The web-ui/frontend is written in Javascript and provides a easy way to manage storage.



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28 November 2014


Look at the 'AUTHORS' file and 'COPYING' file

Leaders and contributors

Suman Chakravartula Founder and lead developer

Resources and communication

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Businesses looking for a GNU/Linux based NAS solutionDownload

Software prerequisites

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