While EXT4 and Btrfs are the most talked about file-systems on Phoronix, there are certainly many more out there, especially when it comes to distributed file-systems and those largely only targeting enterprise environments. One example is XtreemFS, which is an open-source file-system that is distributed with support for clients and...
Please help choose best parallel fault-tolerant file systems for two server
- server1 = 1.7T centos 6.2
- server2 = 1.6T centos 5.8
Distributed parallel fault-tolerant file systems:
- XtreemFS http://www.xtreemfs.org/ (wrinten on java, not best speed/memory usage)
- kosmosfs http://code.google.com/p/kosmosfs/ (wrinten on c++)
- Quantcast File System (based on KFS) https://github.com/quantcast/qfs
We're looking for advice on what distributed file system to use for a new system. We have been looking at XtreemFS, Ceph, GlusterFS, LusterFS, and MooseFS, although we are open to any suggestions. Does anybody have pros and cons for any of these?
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