I have my data stored on 2 NTFS volumes E: and F:. They both contain a directory called
Storage that has multiple sub-directories, different on every drive, such as:
E:\Storage\My Stuff E:\Storage\My Old Stuff
F:\Storage\My New Stuff.
I would like to have them all in one place, i.e. have a virtual drive X: that contains directory
Storage whose contents is:
My Old Stuff My New Stuff My Stuff
- the content of
X:\Storagehas to be the combined contents of
X:\Storagehas to be a 'virtual' directory that does not contain actual data. I.e. I do not want to move the data from
X:\Storagehas to be browsable using Windows Explorer.
- changes made to the content of either
F:\Storagehave to be visible in
- if both
X:\Storageshould contain both these directories -- not only one of them.
X:\Storageis allowed to be read-only. Write access is nice-to-have though.
Should this be implemented as a virtual file system, or is it an easier way to achieve this?