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Benchmarking GlusterFS & NFS on AWS using iozone and dd gives different results

I have tried benchmarking GlusterFS vs NFS on Amazon Web Services (AWS) using a m1.medium sized EC2 instance. We use the AWS EBS as the block store, with a XFS file system. Running Ubuntu 12.04 ...
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Cant mount GlusterFS volume on EC2 client

After a few days of trial and error I have successfully created my gluster volume on an EC2 instance (a single one at the moment) and it is successfully started… [root@domU-12-31-39-10-26-7E ...
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Can I use an Amazon Load Balancer in front of multiple GlusterFS EC2 instances?

I'm encountering an interesting problem with setting up a High-Availability file system cluster on EC2. The idea behind the setup is simple: 2 GlusterFS nodes are in two separate availability zones ...
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connection lost to glustferfs when amazon ec2 internal ip address changes

My web site running on EC2 instances. Web servers stores dynamic data in glusterfs servers. When the glusterfs instances are restarted, their ip addresses changes, so that web servers lost the ...
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249 views

ec2 instance cant mount glusterfs server

My EC2 instance tries to mount glusterfs volume whic located on another EC2 instance . client instance's /etc/fstab file contains: glusterserver1:/export/brick1 /mnt/glusterfs glusterfs defaults 0 ...
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insalling glusterfs client on Amazon Linux AMI

I created glusterfs instances using Ubuntu TLS AMI. I want my existing instances (Amazon Linux AMI) connect to glusterfs servers. There is no Amazon Linux folder at the glusterfs's download page: ...
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installing glusterfs on amazon ec2

My drupal website running on Amazon EC2 cloud. My instances use S3 storage for dynamic files. But I realized that S3 is too slow and it may cause problems. I want to use glusterfs instead of S3. To ...
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Gluster volume create -> host not a friend

If I use IPs to create Gluster volume, it works well, but when I use hostnames, it says: Host glustertest1 not a friend glustertest1 is Route 53 name which resolves to EC2 Instance private address. ...
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Mounting Replicated Gluster Multi-AZ Storage

I have Replicated Gluster Storage which is used by Auto scaling Servers. Both, Auto scaling and Storage are allocated in two Availability zones. Gluster: Number of Bricks: 4 x 2 = 8 Transport-type: ...
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Using GlusterFS on a mounted volume

I have a GlusterFS working on my Ubuntu 12, if I configure to sync by a local folder, everythings works great. But if I configure to sync on a mounted volume, don't sync. What should I do? I'm on ...
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How to configure GlusterFS for a low-latency read, async write setup with a volatile number of nodes?

I need a storage system with the following requirements: Dynamic pool of Linux EC2 application servers (1-20) that autoscale daily Low latency reads Possibly async writes (<5 minutes) Most posix ...
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Mounting Gluster Volumes [closed]

I have created Hosted Zone with 2 IP addresses of Gluster Cluster, both IP are returned by dig. After mounting Gluster, I cannot ls mount point as it takes long time. mount shows me it's mounted, but ...
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Amazon AutoScaling and GlusterFS

I have setup Elastic load balancing with 5 EC2 instance registered with the load balancer. To our website users upload their data(images), we store these images in network attached storage (NAS). We ...
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362 views

Building for web node redundancy with load balancing on EC2

Currently we have on c1.medium webnode and an Amazon RDS sql server. The problem we face is that every now and then the webnode fails and the site goes down. I am considering mitigating this risk by ...
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What techniques do you use to design and scale a web app horizontally (in EC2)?

Specifically I'm looking for techniques for scaling a web application which has no central database server, in the cloud, but general advice is great. I have come across GlusterFS, which looks great, ...