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Simple replicated file storage

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THIS IS HIGHLY EXPERIMENTAL, DON’T USE IT IN PRODUCTION (YET)

Cockatiel is a replicating file server for small-scale setups. It is intended to be used e.g. for handling user-uploaded files to a web application in a redundant way.

Cockatiel doesn’t try to be a CDN, but to implement the simplest solution that fulfills our needs. Currently, cockatiel makes the following assumptions. If those won’t work for you, you should probably be looking for a CDN-like solution.

Cockatiel makes some very strong assumption about your use case, be sure to read them in our [Documentation](https://cockatiel.readthedocs.org/en/latest/design.html#assumptions) before you decide to use cockatiel.

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Please head to our [Documentation](https://cockatiel.readthedocs.org/en/latest/) for more information on how to install, use and contribute!

There is a [Django storage backend](https://github.com/raphaelm/django-cockatiel) available that uses cockatiel.

Author

Raphael Michel <mail@raphaelmichel.de>

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