[Gluster-users] question re. current state of art/practice
arnold at arnoldarts.de
Thu Feb 16 21:41:49 UTC 2012
On Friday 17 February 2012 06:59:40 Thomas Jackson wrote:
> Just as a small warning, Sheepdog is well away from being production ready -
> the big problem that I can see is that it won't de-allocate blocks once an
> image is deleted! It definitely has promise for the future though.
To add to this: ceph and xtreemfs are at the same stage. ceph lost part of my
test-data and xtreemfs was slow and unstable and hung up my system two or
Drbd+gfs2 proved slow and unworkable without node-fencing.
Gluster at least didn't result in any kernel-panics (yet) despite my very
"unstable" setup with only one of three nodes running full-time...
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