[clug] Managing NAS units?
chris at kororaa.org
Fri Nov 2 05:35:29 GMT 2007
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tridge at samba.org wrote:
> > Suitable clustered filesystems include GFS (have played with) or
> > Lustre (now owned by Sun, I believe) as well as IBMs GPFS or Suns
> > ZFS (SGI have one as well - can't remember the name).
> yep. For high scalability this is the way to go. I am involved in a
> setup of a 3 node RHEL5 cluster running Samba and CTDB (see
> ctdb.samba.org) at the moment. We get sustained throughput of over
> 1GByte/s reading and over 600MByte/s writing with quite a small SAN
> (just 21 sets of disks). This is exported via CIFS and NFS over a pile
> of gigabit cards.
> We're using GPFS, but it should be possible to get this sort of setup
> going with either GFS or Lustre.
> Cheers, Tridge
Thanks Bob, thanks Tridge. I'll look into it and see how we go.
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