The Austin Museum of Art has two file servers (only 40 and 50 gig of
software RAID respectively) running on RedHat 7.1 XFS. We have another
file server that is using the ext2 acl patches for backwards
compatability which is 100 gig. About 50 users use the two XFS boxes
pretty much all day long. Had one power failure, boxes were up for 10
minutes before the other box was done fscking.
On Mon, 2001-10-29 at 12:23, owner-linux-xfs@xxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
> 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.
> GNU parted
> Samba, supports XFS acls.
> Mandrake 8.1
> Debian "sid" has xfs patches
> J-B linux
> 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
> distros, etc...
> Eric Sandeen XFS for Linux http://oss.sgi.com/projects/xfs
> sandeen@xxxxxxx SGI, Inc.