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Re: [Linux-cluster] Redundant (multipath)/Replicating NFS



Wow, centuries long storage :). 

What a cool project. I can see how it might be interesting for sensitive data.

 Are you thinking that it might have some value in pulling together storage 
such as sperate NFS servers for example? I suppose it could be used in a local 
manner while benefiting from it's features. I've got to read a bit more. 

What I've done so far is to dedicate a nice and quick server with a lot of 
memory to be the aggregator. This is going to sit in the background however as 
the NFS servers will do the trick for the up front web services. 

In the end, for media, I'd like to have one single point of storage so that 
things don't get overly complicated with endless multiple paths. 

Mike



On Mon, 18 Feb 2008 13:01:23 +0000 (GMT), gordan bobich net wrote:
> It just occured to me that "dispersed storage" may be something that is
> 
> relevant here:
> http://www.cleversafe.org/dispersed-storage
> 
> Gordan
> 
> On Fri, 15 Feb 2008, Daan Biere wrote:
> 
>> Hi,
>> As far as i know the only solution which can archive this is ddraid, i
>> don't
>> know if 0.6 is production ready yet.....
>> http://sourceware.org/cluster/ddraid/
>> 
>> Kind Regards,
>> Daan Biere
>> 
>> 2008/2/15, isplist logicore net <isplist logicore net>:
>> 
>>> I recall that there is a multipath tool for RHEL which allows one to
>>> have
>>> redundant SCSI/FC paths in case one goes away.
>>> 
>>> Are there any tools which would accomplish the same with NFS?
>>> 
>>> Is there any way of replicating NFS data in real time rather than as a
>>> regular
>>> backup, such as RAID1 for example, and be able to fail over to the
>>> second
>>> path
>>> or NFS IP should the first fail.
>>> 
>>> Mike
>>> 
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