[Gluster-users] getting started
stephen.mulcahy at deri.org
Fri Sep 17 08:42:04 UTC 2010
I started using Glusterfs back in June. I initially tried 3.0.4 on
Debian Squeeze. We ran into some problems as detailed at
previous mails in that thread).
I note that it was a testing release of Debian which brings its own
complications, but I also note that Ubuntu uses a lot of the packages
from Debian. I also notice there has since been a 3.0.5 release.
But we did end up switching to CentOS for that GlusterFS 3.0.4
deployment and didn't experience any similar problems.
We're mainly a Debian/Ubuntu shop - but if you're trying things out, you
might want to consider doing an install on a vanilla CentOS.
On 16/09/10 23:01, Charles Martin wrote:
> I am getting started with GlusterFS and am starting with the latest version of Ubuntu. Is it recommended to use the standard or the cloud version of Ubuntu? Is another OS recommended?
> Charles Martin
> Senior Programmer Analyst
> Academic Technologies
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Stephen Mulcahy, DI2, Digital Enterprise Research Institute,
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