okeefe at sistina.com
Sun Nov 25 17:04:25 PST 2001
On Sun, Nov 25, 2001 at 03:25:08PM +0800, Anthony Tam wrote:
> Hi all,
> I am looking for information regarding to the support of
> high-available or fault-tolerant NFS service on a medium-
> size cluster (> 32 nodes). Any idea on where can I find
> these information?
Mission Critical Linux, among others, sells NFS fail-over
software for two servers. Sistina's GFS is a Linux cluster
file system that can allow multiple NFS servers to export
the same shared file system to a large number of Beowulf clients
(this approach allows much more scalability than just a single
NFS server: you can read about it in the paper "Accelerating
Technical Computing with Sistina's GFS" at www.sistina.com).
If you are interested in using NFS to create a shared root partition
for diskless workstations check out the NFS cluster project
I hope this helps.
Sistina Software, Inc.
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