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Unless things have changed since last year, I advise not using glusterfs AFR on geographically disparate hardware. It does not handle latency well and failure to specify read-subvolume will cause it to randomly (apparently randomly, it isn't really random) try to read from a remote brick. As a test, set up your two most latent nodes in gluster replication, ...


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I'd say lose everything. Do not virtualise this with VirtualBox, and do not use any cluster/replicating file system. Layers of complexity usually turns out to be layers of just that, complexity, bugs, slow-downs and instabilities. Keep it simple. Run Apache on the bare metal, and use NFS or rsync to move your data between your locations.


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I'm not aware of any hypervisor that has functionality like this, and even if they did, you're talking about trying to capture the interactions of a protocol that's designed with security in mind. It sounds like you're using a *nix-based OS, which makes me think you'd get a lot of mileage out of OS-integrated monitoring and auditing tools (which have a long ...


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As of October 2014, Multiple NICs are now supported in Azure: http://azure.microsoft.com/blog/2014/10/30/multiple-vm-nics-and-network-virtual-appliances-in-azure/



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