Anyone know of a (truly) compressed filesystem for Linux? NT has the option to have a partition act as a compressed volume transparently, hell even old skool DOS has DriveSpace, does Linux have any good options for this? I found zlibc
but it's read only and only works on individual files.
I'm thinking something like this would work pretty well on a log file directory, or a large web root directory. It's not that I really need the HD space it just more of "you should be able to do this."