[clug] Need read-only NFS with local disk based caching, CODA?
sam at couter.dropbear.id.au
Fri Oct 24 18:29:11 EST 2003
Michael.James at csiro.au <Michael.James at csiro.au> wrote:
> Anyone got any experience with Coda at all?
I played with it for a short while, never got it working. From my hazy
memory, I think I got the server and the client both running, but
couldn't get them to talk to each other. Probably just didn't get them
configured quite right, but the doco wasn't all that great either.
Development didn't seem very active.
Ran out of time on it, never tried again.
That was a few years ago, so things might work better now.
> And if you don't like it, what are the alternatives?
OpenAFS or InterMezzo come to mind immediately.
InterMezzo doesn't seem very active, but the SourceForge page claims
it's stable software, not beta.
OpenAFS looks very active (although the web site sucks hard). Lots of
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