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Which network file systems can deal with huge amount of subdirectories?

I need a network file system that can be accessed from multiple machines as the same time and that it will still be able to keep like 100.000 subdirectories of a single directory. In case someone is ...
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NFS server unresponsive to clients - with processes 'migration' and 'xfssyncd' consuming unusual cpu

I have a CentOS 6.4 fileserver running NFS 4, serving a couple of XFS filesystems. There are a few dozen clients connected to it. Today it slowed to a crawl for the clients - the clients would hang or ...
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Access xfs quota info from NFS client

I've got an xfs filesystem (on a Centos 6.4 server) mounted via NFS on a client server (Centos 6.3). I can't seem to access the quota info from the client. It simply returns nothing for xfs_quota -c ...
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Modifying NFS (XFS) File Attributes from within Windows

Scenario: I'm on Server 2008 R2 and I've mapped a network drive using Services for Network File System (NFS). I've mounted the drive to "N:" (for NFS or NAS) using the mount command line utility ...
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NFS / DRBD / XFS Performance issues

we have a NFS sitting on top of XFS and drbd which delivers us a horrible performance (about 1MB/s read / write as shown in iostat/iotop) the xfs volume properties are: meta-data=/dev/drbd0 ...
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Accessing file on XFS partition over NFS locks up application

After upgrading the local file server to Ubuntu server 10.04 LTS, I can no longer run mutt or svn. The lock up happens when the apps attempt to access the NFS mounted drives. I did an ltrace and ...
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Very Slow Sequential Reads over NFS from an XFS disk in Amazon EC2

I am using tiobench to test performance of an NFS mounted volume, and notice that Sequential Reads are much slower than Random Reads. This isn't the behavior when I run the same test on the disk ...