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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postfix parameter default_privs

I have set default_privs=myuser in main.cf, which is a perl script, executed in the context of this user. In the perl script I added some debug to print out the user: my $exec_username = ...
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What exactly does Gluster do?

I've been playing with gluster for the last 2 days and been asking questions here and on their questions system. I really don't understand some of the stuff. I see people saying stuff like Set up ...
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150 TB and growing, but how to grow?

My group currently has two largish storage servers, both NAS running debian linux. The first is an all-in-one 24-disk (SATA) server that is several years old. We have two hardware RAIDS set up on it ...
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Using GlusterFS for simple replication

newbie question. I need to build this: /shared folder ~500GB of files, ~1MB each one. Two boxes (server1 and server2) connected by a 1Gbs LAN Every box needs to get r/w access to the files, so ...
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Can someone explain this GlusterFS setup?

After digging around to understand how to setup replication using gluster I've come across this question: Can Apache Read The GlusterFS Brick Directly But Write To The GlusterFS Mount? I've also ...
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Distributed file system with local disk cache

My server infrastructure is growing fast and I decided to create a distributed storage cluster. I've been looking for a proper filesystem for this task which meet my requirement, but none of them ...
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Can Apache Read The GlusterFS Brick Directly But Write To The GlusterFS Mount?

I currently have 2 web servers (CentOS 5.5) and am using GlusterFS as client/server on both using Automatic File Replication. For both webservers: The GlusterFS mount point is: ...
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GlusterFS is failing to mount on boot

I'm running the official GlusterFS 3.5 packages on an Ubuntu 12.04 box that is acting as both, client and server, and everything seems to be working fine, except mounting the GlusterFS volumes at boot ...
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Solution for two-way file-system transparent solution

I need to implement some sort of HA setup where 2 servers need to be able to always be in sync, no matter on which one you write on. The DB part can be covered by a master-master replication setup. ...
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Clearer understanding for glusterfs for replication

On server01 I have installed and configured glusterfs-server and glusterfs-client to replicate directory /var/appdata to server02. It seems that anything works fine, but I'm not sure that I ...
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GlusterFS failing to mount at boot with Ubuntu 14.04

Previously I asked about mounting GlusterFS at boot in an Ubuntu 12.04 server and the answer was that this was buggy in 12.04 and worked in 14.04. Curious I gave it a try on a virtual machine running ...
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What kind of “volume/storage management” has the largest support/feature set these days? [closed]

(DISCLAIMER: This is "time bound" as probably every other question, I just point it out now instead of implicating it) part of reviewing a few basic decisions for our infrastructure is once again the ...