[OpenIndiana-discuss] fault-tolerant distributed file systems
paolo.marcheschi at ftgm.it
Tue Nov 1 11:52:06 UTC 2011
latest boost libraries compiles fine on Openindiana, and fuse is present
also (pkg install libfuse).
I tried to compile the client but it needs the libattr, that is missing.
Il 11/1/11 8:58 AM, johannes amorosa ha scritto:
> I'm not an expert but maybe xtreemfs has all your features.
> Didn't Test it yet on oi.
> Quote From xtreemfs Mailinglist:
> Hi Johannes,
> the servers should run on Solaris and Solaris-like platforms without any
> problems, as they do not have any major requirements except for a JVM. As
> for the client, the main problem used to be that Solaris does not come with
> FUSE. That's why we never planned on officially providing a client port.
> If FUSE, Boost, etc. are available on OpenIndiana, it might be possible to
> compile it. If you come across any particular problems, feel free to send
> us the build logs.
> On Oct 31, 2011 11:47 PM, "Geoff Nordli"<geoffn at gnaa.net> wrote:
>> On Mon, Oct 31, 2011 at 3:05 PM, Jeppe Toustrup<openindiana at tenzer.dk>
>>> On Mon, Oct 31, 2011 at 22:04, Geoff Nordli<geoffn at gnaa.net> wrote:
>>>> I am looking for a fault-tolerant distributed file system to store
>>>> medium sized files (150MB-4GB) which can scale across 100s of servers
>>>> and keep N replicas of each file.
>>> You say you need a file system, does that have to be a POSIX
>>> compatible file system (ie. mountable) or do you just need to store
>>> some files?
>>> If you just need to store some files, you could have a look at Hadoop
>>> or more specifically HDFS (Hadoop Distributed File System), which
>>> consists of java daemons which can synchronize files around for you
>>> and manage all the redundancy. Libraries exists for all kinds of
>>> languages to hook into the system, so there should be something which
>>> could fit into your needs.
>> It needs to be a mountable file system.
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