rbross at parl.ces.clemson.edu
Thu Jul 13 11:13:43 PDT 2000
The XFS code that was released did not include the cluster portion of
their code. It might make a good file system on which to store data that
is then made available to the cluster via some other means (eg. NFS).
I have not personally used the file system yet.
Rob Ross, Parallel Architecture Research Lab, Clemson University
On Thu, 13 Jul 2000, Martin Siegert wrote:
> On Thu, 13 Jul 2000, Alexander Korenkov wrote:
> > Could you advice me - what is the best file system for clusters?
> > If this cluster is homogeneous (Linux).
> What about XFS?
> >From http://oss.sgi.com/projects/xfs :
> "Source Code:
> A complete linux 2.4.0-test1 tree including the XFS filesystem is available
> for cvs checkout.
> The code is pre-Beta quality and although the basic functionality is
> operational, it may hang or crash your machine."
> I've used XFS only under IRIX.
> Has anybody tried it under Linux?
> Is it usable already?
> Martin Siegert
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