Hi all -
I'd like to put a page up on the web site detailing the various
applications, distributions, installations, and embedded products using
XFS for Linux.
I'd appreciate some submissions; examples below.
Samba, supports XFS acls.
Debian "sid" has xfs patches
Hm, no examples here... what I'm _not_ looking for is "my home
fileserver." What I _am_ looking for is something like "The human
genome project stores all data on Linux/XFS" :) Basically, something
that someone else contemplating a substantial Linux/XFS deployment would
be interested in.
I know of some embedded projects using XFS, but I'm not sure I'm free to
mention them. If you're using XFS in your whiz-bang toaster or set-top
box, that'd be a good data point as well.
If you have something to submit, please include a URL for the
project/distro/installation site for more info, and a brief description
of features, capabilities, etc of the submission.
I'll reserve the right to filter all this for things that I feel are
substantial enough to mention.
This thread has the potential to get fairly off-topic, so let's not
delve too far into discussions of the relative merits of various
Eric Sandeen XFS for Linux http://oss.sgi.com/projects/xfs
sandeen@xxxxxxx SGI, Inc.