[Gluster-users] A question about comparing gluster to other storage
jayunit100 at gmail.com
Tue Nov 26 22:47:36 UTC 2013
- GlusterFS will be better if you want to do directory operations, and want
a "real" filesystem (i.e. where you can grep stuff, edit files, have
consistency gaurantees etc... and swift will be better for pure scale (less
need to worry about metadata == easier to scale on commodity hardware.
- Certainly both glusterFS and swift would scale to petabytes (object
stores are built for that sort of thing, as is gluster).
On Tue, Nov 26, 2013 at 5:25 PM, Randy Breunling <rbreunling at gmail.com>wrote:
> I'm relatively new to the gluster community and wanted to know if there's
> anyone out there that can talk to me, or point me to comparative
> information on the following:
> - glusterFS
> - SWIFT
> - CEPH
> I am interested in a solution that is object-based and will scale into
> single-digit petabytes.
> I'd like to know of experiences with these solutions that have to do with
> large-scale deployments.
> If this is not the/a correct forum to discuss this...please let me know.
> --Randy Breunling
> rbreunling at gmail.com
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