Re: [vchkpw] Vpopmail + NetApp still best practice?

2006-02-23 Thread Rainer Duffner
Alex Borges wrote: While youre considering proprietary solutions and naturally, would like to pay for them, perhaps you should consider redhat's GFS thingie. Its GPL but redhat offers it with their AS for an extra $$ Ive seen it work and it seems like quite a scalable solution and tipically

Re: [vchkpw] Vpopmail + NetApp still best practice?

2006-02-23 Thread Rainer Duffner
Nicholas Harring wrote: Hi, when going the Maildir on NFS for clustering-route, is using NetApp Filers still considered state of the art or has something better emerged? There are plenty of other NAS options, see EMC for one vendor (also not cheap). Dell offers NAS, HP I believe does as

RE: [vchkpw] Vpopmail + NetApp still best practice?

2006-02-23 Thread Nicholas Harring
Nicholas Harring wrote: Hi, when going the Maildir on NFS for clustering-route, is using NetApp Filers still considered state of the art or has something better emerged? There are plenty of other NAS options, see EMC for one vendor (also not cheap). Dell offers NAS, HP I believe

Re: [vchkpw] Vpopmail + NetApp still best practice?

2006-02-22 Thread DAve
Rainer Duffner wrote: Hi, when going the Maildir on NFS for clustering-route, is using NetApp Filers still considered state of the art or has something better emerged? From a price-point, I'd rather use FreeBSD, but the fact that there's no real volume-manager makes it unusable for our

RE: [vchkpw] Vpopmail + NetApp still best practice?

2006-02-22 Thread Nicholas Harring
Hi, when going the Maildir on NFS for clustering-route, is using NetApp Filers still considered state of the art or has something better emerged? There are plenty of other NAS options, see EMC for one vendor (also not cheap). Dell offers NAS, HP I believe does as well. Not sure how much

RE: [vchkpw] Vpopmail + NetApp still best practice?

2006-02-22 Thread Alex Borges
While youre considering proprietary solutions and naturally, would like to pay for them, perhaps you should consider redhat's GFS thingie. Its GPL but redhat offers it with their AS for an extra $$ Ive seen it work and it seems like quite a scalable solution and tipically cheaper than buying a