Re: Network Distributed File System
Tore Skogly wrote:
Am I looking for trouble and using a central storage system would be
more efficient? If so, why?
What amount of storage space do you require?
You can do exactly the same with a single computer, several large SATA
drives and, if required, multiple NICs to increase network performance.
It would be a low cost solution, and by using LVM you can add more hard
drives later if required.
I'm guessing we would grow to about 5-7TB in quite a short time so I
want a solution that scales well.
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