I agree Gluster fits more in certain scenarios - but you just can't expect the
same performance you receive from NAS based solution - this is especially true
when you deal with lots of relatively small files.
From: Rik Theys [mailto:rik.th...@esat.kuleuven.be]
Sent: Wednesday, March 07, 2018 7:38 PM
To: Ondrej Valousek <ondrej.valou...@s3group.com>
Subject: Re: [Gluster-users] gluster for home directories?
On 2018-03-07 16:35, Ondrej Valousek wrote:
> Why do you need to replace your existing solution?
> If you don't need to scale out due to the capacity reasons, the async
> NFS server will always outperform GlusterFS
The current solution is 8 years old and is reaching its end of life.
The reason we are also looking into gluster is that we like that it uses
standard components and that we can prevent forklift upgrades every
5,6,7 years by replacing a few bricks each year. Next to providing storage for
home directories we would like to also use the hosts to run VM's in a
hyperconverged setup (with their storage as an additional gluster volume on
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