[Gluster-users] NFS with UCARP vs. GlusterFS mount question
christian.fischer at easterngraphics.com
Wed Dec 8 07:39:17 UTC 2010
should I prefer NFS with UCARP or native GlusterFS mounts for serving the
system images to XCP?
Which one performes better over 1G network links?
NFS is probaby easier to setup due to existing tools like rpcinfo and
showmount, both are used inside the storage container code, and there is some
code for NFS, not for GlusterFS, except I write one.
UCARP has the disadvantage that the cluster IP is moved away from dead
systems, not from dead gluster server daemons, IMHO.
What do you think about that?
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