[TriLUG] SAN file locking
Joseph Mack NA3T
jmack at wm7d.net
Tue Dec 20 13:16:45 EST 2011
On Mon, 19 Dec 2011, Andrew Blum wrote:
> I think what might help is to understand zoning:
> On an aside but related to this thread. There might be an
> alternative to consider to your SAN vs NFS server storage
> options. Check out GlusterFS (
> which presents a single NFS share (or client GlusterFS)
> but from distributed servers on a per file (rather than
> block) basis.
there's not a lot of info on how gluster works here or in
wikipedia. However through wikipedia and distributed
filesystems I got to a description of MooseFS (with a name
like that, it has to be great)
which has separate metadata servers. There has to be a bit
of work writing one of these things.
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