LeoFS is an Unstructured Object Storage for the Web and a highly available, distributed, eventually consistent storage system.


Multi Protocol - Rest, S3-API and NFS

Small & Large Object Support

Built-in the Cache Mechanism

Multi Data Center Replication

Autonomic operation w/Watchdog

LeoFS v1.2

Auto-compaction and Watchdog


LeoFS v1.1

NFS Support - Aim to centralize huge amount data in LeoFS

LeoFS v1.0

Multi Data Center Replication

This presentation was given at Rakuten Technology Conference in Tokyo on Oct 2014

What's New

LeoFS v1.4

Released LeoFS v1.4.0-pre.3 on Dec 25, 2015

Status: Beta

New features:

AWS-Signature v4 Support
The Erasure Code
  • The erasure coding support requires only half the space of triple-replication. You can reduce disk usage with it.

LeoFS v1.2

Released LeoFS v1.2.22 on May 20, 2016

Status: Stable

New features:

The watchdog
  • Target resources: [cpu, disk, cluster]
  • Status: Production
  • Requirements: CentOS-6.5 later and Ubuntu-14.04LTS later, FreeBSD and SmartOS
The Auto-compaction
  • The auto-compaction feature removes unused objects from object-container(s) of a Leo's storage-node automatically to reduce a disk capacity



You should be able to find your operating system in the choices below.


Built for and maintained by the community via GitHub. LeoFS's license is Apache V2.

We provide all LeoFS-related codes on GitHub, there are "no magic black boxes".


The documentation introduces LeoFS and continues to operational considerations and procedures, and administration

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