On Fri, 2004-11-19 at 16:22 -0800, Garrick Staples wrote: > > Does PVFS2 have posix semantics these days? > > No. I was at the pvfs2 BOF and SC04 last week and this is one of their selling > points... much greater scalibity and performance by throwing out half of POSIX. Thanks for the info! > > My understanding is that IBM will only support GPFS on IBM hardware... > > Nor is it really FOSS. I see. Is it kind of like the Sun Java or Mozilla licenses? > Ultimately, it seems to me that GFS over clustered LVM is the way to go; though > all the bits don't seem to be quite in place just yet. What's this "clustered LVM" thing? Is it the same as (or built upon) NBD/ENBD? Does it have the 2 terabyte or 16 terabyte limits? Google just turns up some mailing list hits at the top - is there a "stable" release of CLVM yet? Thanks!
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