GlusterFS is a scale-out NAS file system that runs over Ethernet or Infiniband RDMA interconnect. GlusterFS is now owned by Red Hat.

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How to organise storage for media content such as video and music?

Currently, we have a single server hosting all content: music, video and software. This content is downloaded by users through HTTP. Now free space is coming to an end and we are exploring different ...
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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, ...
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How to manage processes-to-CPU cores affinities?

I use a distributed user-space filesystem (GlusterFS) and I would like to be sure GlusterFS processes will always have the computing power they need. Each execution node of my grid have 2 CPU, with 4 ...
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gluster IOPS performance

Can "gluster" serve FLV files without any front-end server layers just using the built-in HTTP protocol ? How would the IOPS compare to standard apache serving? Would gluster help me with I/O limits ...
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Distributed File Systems

So, I've been reading several articles around ServerFault as well as google. (For Example, this link) My Requirements are very similar to the link above, however i'd like to also have dynamic or at ...
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Pitfalls to using Gluster as a home/profile directory server?

I was asking recently about options for divvying up access to file servers, as we have a NAS solution that gets fairly bogged down when our users (with giant profiles, especially) all log in nearly ...
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What is the recommended GlusterFS configuration for a growing website?

I have a website that is tracking towards 50 million hits per day average, and within the next 3 months should be over 100 million hits per day. We are trying to use GlusterFS v 3.0.0 (with latest ...
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MogileFS/GlusterFS/etc + Amazon EBS + Amazon EC2

I have a web application that serves binary files (images, etc). Our application runs on Amazon EC2. We were originally going to use Amazon S3 to store and serve these files, this is no longer an ...