[Gluster-users] NFS with UCARP vs. GlusterFS mount question
craig at gluster.com
Fri Dec 10 23:00:20 UTC 2010
Anything smaller than 128KB is 'small'.
On 12/09/2010 11:23 PM, Christian Fischer wrote:
> On Friday 10 December 2010 07:12:47 Craig Carl wrote:
>> Christian -
>> For large files the Gluster native client will perform better than
>> NFS, but they are both good options.
> Thanks Carl.
> I thought nobody will answer ;-)
> What are large files from your point of view?
>> Craig Carl
>> Senior Systems Engineer
>> On 12/07/2010 11:39 PM, Christian Fischer wrote:
>>> Morning Folks,
>>> 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?
>>> Best Regards
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