[Gluster-users] how well will this work
John Mark Walker
johnmark at redhat.com
Thu Dec 27 15:03:10 UTC 2012
Look, fuse its issues that we all know about. Either it works for you or it doesn't. If fuse bothers you that much, look into libgfapi.
Re: NFS - I'm trying to help track this down. Please either add your comment to an existing bug or create a new ticket.
Either way, ranting won't solve your problem or inspire anyone to fix it.
Stephan von Krawczynski <skraw at ithnet.com> wrote:
On Wed, 26 Dec 2012 22:04:09 -0800
Joe Julian <joe at julianfamily.org> wrote:
> It would probably be better to ask this with end-goal questions instead
> of with a unspecified "critical feature" list and "performance problems".
> 6 months ago, for myself and quite an extensive (and often impressive)
> list of users there were no missing critical features nor was there any
> problems with performance. That's not to say that they did not meet your
> design specifications, but without those specs you're the only one who
> could evaluate that.
Well, then the list of users does obviously not contain me ;-)
The damn thing will only become impressive if a native kernel client module is
done. FUSE is really a pain.
And read my lips: the NFS implementation has general load/performance problems.
Don't be surprised if it jumps into your face.
Why on earth do they think linux has NFS as kernel implementation?
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