I am looking for a "Parallel File System" that is easy to setup, maintain, and scalable.
My goal is to have a single mount point on a Linux machine that applications can read/write using standard coding practices (such as C++) that essentially is several mount points. I am not looking for speed, I am looking for storage and reliability; though speed would be a plus obviously.
So for example lets say:
/mnt1 -> smb://srvr1/share
/mnt2 -> smb://srvr2/share
/vfs -> mnt1 + mnt2
I looked at ZFS and although they support actual files as disks, they don't recommend it. Anyone have any suggestions on this?