[Gluster-users] Gluster client 32bit
deadpan110 at gmail.com
Tue Nov 16 10:40:10 UTC 2010
My home testing environment I also use XenServer (again, Citrix - with
a Centos minimalistic core OS) - even though the Dom0 is 64bit, in any
Xen setup (maybe even for other virtuali[s\z]ation solutions),
performance is better using 32bit VM's (DomU).
My production environment comprises of Xen virtual machines (not
XenServer, but still Xen), scattered around a remote datacenter.
I too will be sharing my experiences as GlusterFS offers exactly what
I need and would like to deploy.
On 16 November 2010 20:39, Stefano Baronio <stefano.baronio at gmail.com> wrote:
> From my point of view, 64 bit on server side is easy to handle but the
> client side can have different needs and limitations.
> For example, we are using XenServer from Citrix, the Dom0 is taken from a
> CentOS 5 distro and it is 32bit. I cannot change that, because is a Citrix
> design choice and there might be lots of these situations around.
> Sorry but I can't code any patches..
> Anyway, I will share what our experience will be with 32bit client.
> 2010/11/16 Bernard Li <bernard at vanhpc.org>
>> Hi Christian:
>> On Tue, Nov 16, 2010 at 1:34 AM, Christian Fischer
>> <christian.fischer at easterngraphics.com> wrote:
>> > No statement from the developers about usability of glusterfs client on
>> > systems. But this was probably discussed in earlier threads.
>> I believe the official comment is that Gluster is not going to support
>> 32-bit systems. However, it doesn't mean that the community cannot
>> support it. If we find bugs and can code up patches, we should still
>> file a bug and submit the patches and hopefully they will be checked
>> into the official repository.
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