Looking for how some of you guys are doing file sharing
randy.paries at unitnet.com
Mon Apr 26 17:22:02 BST 2004
So is there are particular reason you did AFS vs NFS?
Thanks for your response
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Subject: RE: Looking for how some of you guys are doing file sharing
We use AFS/OpenAFS as our backend storage for all regular user and web data.
(Mail and databases are separate.) About 3 TB total capacity, of which about
Nathan Neulinger EMail: nneul at umr.edu
University of Missouri - Rolla Phone: (573) 341-6679
UMR Information Technology Fax: (573) 341-4216
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> ] On Behalf Of Randy Paries
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> Subject: Looking for how some of you guys are doing file sharing
> I realize that this is not really a LVS question , but it is in a kind
> of round about way.
> I am running a LVS_DR setup.
> I have one director and two real servers.
> All the boxes are running rh9. I am using this to load balance my web
> It is a pretty busy site.
> Both real servers share the same docroots via NFS. I am not sure if
> this is working as well as I would have hoped.
> So here is my question. What are you guys doing do share data between
> your real servers? (BTW, I do have a db that they share info with),
> but the majority of data I have is html and xml files.
> I hope you guys do not mind this question, but I am sure some of you
> have had a similar situation
> Thanks for any help
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