On Tue, May 01, 2007 at 11:44:26PM +0200, Rico Secada wrote:
> We are expanding at work and I am messing around with different setups.
> I need a file system that will *look* like its just on one machine,
> like when mounting with NFS, but because of the large amount of data,
> I really need to expand the files to several servers.
Well, that sounds like AFS. Check out OpenAFS and Arla - Arla is
just a client, not the server. OpenAFS does both, but may not
handle the most recent FreeBSD versions. I haven't kept up lately.
Also, you might want to check out ZFS and see if it suits your
needs. I understand it will be available in FreeBSD in 7.xx.
It comes from SUN.
> Also I need some kind of security.
AFS does authentication and has ACLs.
> I haven't set something like this up before so all kind of friendly
> advice would be greatly appriciated. What solution is recommended?
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