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1. Shared Devices with XFS (score: 1)
Author: Frank Hellmann <frank@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 27 May 2004 13:49:31 +0200
Hi Guys! Sorry to be a bit Off-Topic, but unfortunatly I can't test this out by myself... I am checking out a way to speed up data-transfers between a server and a couple of clients. A fullblown SAN
/archives/xfs/2004-05/msg00196.html (8,696 bytes)

2. Re: Shared Devices with XFS (score: 1)
Author: Steve Lord <lord@xxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 27 May 2004 07:03:15 -0500
Frank Hellmann wrote: Hi Guys! Sorry to be a bit Off-Topic, but unfortunatly I can't test this out by myself... I am checking out a way to speed up data-transfers between a server and a couple of cli
/archives/xfs/2004-05/msg00197.html (10,034 bytes)

3. Re: Shared Devices with XFS (score: 1)
Author: Frank Hellmann <frank@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 27 May 2004 14:56:52 +0200
see below... Steve Lord wrote: Frank Hellmann wrote: Hi Guys! Sorry to be a bit Off-Topic, but unfortunatly I can't test this out by myself... I am checking out a way to speed up data-transfers betw
/archives/xfs/2004-05/msg00198.html (12,486 bytes)

4. Re: Shared Devices with XFS (score: 1)
Author: Michael Loftis <mloftis@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 27 May 2004 13:10:41 -0600
Unless the filesystem is designed for it (like GFS) 100% chance of crashes, data integrity and other problems. --On Thursday, May 27, 2004 13:49 +0200 Frank Hellmann <frank@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: Hi G
/archives/xfs/2004-05/msg00200.html (9,506 bytes)

5. Re: Shared Devices with XFS (score: 1)
Author: Greg Freemyer <freemyer-ml@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 28 May 2004 16:07:47 -0400
OT: non-xfs below You could try opengfs, ocfs (Oracle Cluster File Server), or lustre. All are GPL and have production installs. I don't know what sort of performance any of them have in a primarily
/archives/xfs/2004-05/msg00203.html (9,770 bytes)

6. Re: Shared Devices with XFS (score: 1)
Author: Steve Lord <lord@xxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 28 May 2004 15:38:55 -0500
Greg Freemyer wrote: On Thu, 2004-05-27 at 05:56, Frank Hellmann wrote: Hi! see below... Steve Lord wrote: Frank Hellmann wrote: Sharing a SAN filesystem between machines involves a lot more than jus
/archives/xfs/2004-05/msg00204.html (11,852 bytes)

7. Re: Shared Devices with XFS (score: 1)
Author: Craig Tierney <ctierney@xxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 28 May 2004 17:14:32 -0600
(deleting descriptions of openGFS, GFS, ocfs, and Lustre) There are a few other options as well. StorNEXT (ADIC) - A heterogeneous, shared filesystem. It used to be called Centravision Filesystem (CV
/archives/xfs/2004-05/msg00205.html (11,257 bytes)

8. Re: Shared Devices with XFS (score: 1)
Author:
Date: Tue, 01 Jun 2004 02:56:47 +0200
There's also GFS/XFS, which is basically NFS with direct access to an XFS block device for data. It's included in the NEC IA64 linux kernel, but not very generic (e.g. bypasses the normal linux block
/archives/xfs/2004-05/msg00228.html (8,496 bytes)

9. Shared Devices with XFS (score: 1)
Author:
Date: Thu, 27 May 2004 13:49:31 +0200
Hi Guys! Sorry to be a bit Off-Topic, but unfortunatly I can't test this out by myself... I am checking out a way to speed up data-transfers between a server and a couple of clients. A fullblown SAN
/archives/xfs/2004-05/msg00425.html (8,696 bytes)

10. Re: Shared Devices with XFS (score: 1)
Author:
Date: Thu, 27 May 2004 07:03:15 -0500
Frank Hellmann wrote: Hi Guys! Sorry to be a bit Off-Topic, but unfortunatly I can't test this out by myself... I am checking out a way to speed up data-transfers between a server and a couple of cli
/archives/xfs/2004-05/msg00426.html (10,034 bytes)

11. Re: Shared Devices with XFS (score: 1)
Author:
Date: Thu, 27 May 2004 14:56:52 +0200
see below... Steve Lord wrote: Frank Hellmann wrote: Hi Guys! Sorry to be a bit Off-Topic, but unfortunatly I can't test this out by myself... I am checking out a way to speed up data-transfers betw
/archives/xfs/2004-05/msg00427.html (12,486 bytes)

12. Re: Shared Devices with XFS (score: 1)
Author:
Date: Thu, 27 May 2004 13:10:41 -0600
Unless the filesystem is designed for it (like GFS) 100% chance of crashes, data integrity and other problems. --On Thursday, May 27, 2004 13:49 +0200 Frank Hellmann <frank@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: Hi G
/archives/xfs/2004-05/msg00429.html (9,506 bytes)

13. Re: Shared Devices with XFS (score: 1)
Author:
Date: Fri, 28 May 2004 16:07:47 -0400
OT: non-xfs below You could try opengfs, ocfs (Oracle Cluster File Server), or lustre. All are GPL and have production installs. I don't know what sort of performance any of them have in a primarily
/archives/xfs/2004-05/msg00432.html (9,770 bytes)

14. Re: Shared Devices with XFS (score: 1)
Author:
Date: Fri, 28 May 2004 15:38:55 -0500
Greg Freemyer wrote: On Thu, 2004-05-27 at 05:56, Frank Hellmann wrote: Hi! see below... Steve Lord wrote: Frank Hellmann wrote: Sharing a SAN filesystem between machines involves a lot more than jus
/archives/xfs/2004-05/msg00433.html (11,852 bytes)

15. Re: Shared Devices with XFS (score: 1)
Author:
Date: Fri, 28 May 2004 17:14:32 -0600
(deleting descriptions of openGFS, GFS, ocfs, and Lustre) There are a few other options as well. StorNEXT (ADIC) - A heterogeneous, shared filesystem. It used to be called Centravision Filesystem (CV
/archives/xfs/2004-05/msg00434.html (11,257 bytes)

16. Re: Shared Devices with XFS (score: 1)
Author: >
Date: Tue, 01 Jun 2004 02:56:47 +0200
There's also GFS/XFS, which is basically NFS with direct access to an XFS block device for data. It's included in the NEC IA64 linux kernel, but not very generic (e.g. bypasses the normal linux block
/archives/xfs/2004-05/msg00457.html (8,496 bytes)


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