[Gluster-devel] Release 3.12 and 4.0: Thoughts on scope
kdhananj at redhat.com
Tue May 30 09:32:58 UTC 2017
Xavi and I would like to propose transaction framework for 4.0 as a stretch
On Tue, May 16, 2017 at 6:16 AM, Shyam <srangana at redhat.com> wrote:
> Let's start a bit early on 3.12 and 4.0 roadmap items, as there have been
> quite a few discussions around this in various meetups.
> Here is what we are hearing (or have heard), so if you are working on any
> of these items, do put up your github issue, and let us know which release
> you are targeting these for.
> If you are working on something that is not represented here, shout out,
> and we can get that added to the list of items in the upcoming releases.
> Once we have a good collection slotted into the respective releases (on
> github), we can further announce the same in the users list as well.
> 1. Geo-replication to cloud (ie, s3 or glacier like storage target)
> 2. Basic level of throttling support on server side to manage the
> self-heal processes running.
> 3. Brick Multiplexing (Better support, more control)
> 4. GFID to path improvements
> 5. Resolve issues around disconnects and ping-timeouts
> 6. Halo with hybrid mode was supposed to be with 3.12
> 7. Procedures and code for +1 scaling the cluster?
> 8. Lookup-optimized turned on by default.
> 9. Thin client (or server side clustering) - phase 1.
> 4.0: (more thematic than actual features at the moment)
> 1. Separation of Management and Filesystem layers (aka GlusterD2 related
> 2. Scaling Distribution logic
> 3. Better consistency with rename() and link() operations
> 4. Thin client || Clustering Logic on server side - Phase 2
> 5. Quota: re-look at optimal support
> 6. Improvements in debug-ability and more focus on testing coverage based
> on use-cases.
> Components moving out of support in possibly 4.0
> - Stripe translator
> - AFR with just 2 subvolume (either use Arbiter or 3 way replicate)
> - Re-validate few performance translator's presence.
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