I'm looking for some opinions on this configuration in an effort to increase write performance:
3 storage nodes using glusterfs in replica 3, quorum. Ovirt storage domain via NFS Volume set nfs.trusted-sync on On Ovirt, taking snapshots often enough to recover from a storage crash Using CTDB to manage NFS storage domain IP, moving it to another storage node when necessary Something along the lines of EC2's data consistency model, where only snapshots can be considered reliable. The Ovirt added advantage would be memory consistency at time of snapshot as well. Feedback appreciated, including 'you are insane for thinking this is a good idea' (and some supported reasoning would be great). Thanks, *Steve Dainard * IT Infrastructure Manager Miovision <http://miovision.com/> | *Rethink Traffic* *Blog <http://miovision.com/blog> | **LinkedIn <https://www.linkedin.com/company/miovision-technologies> | Twitter <https://twitter.com/miovision> | Facebook <https://www.facebook.com/miovision>* ------------------------------ Miovision Technologies Inc. | 148 Manitou Drive, Suite 101, Kitchener, ON, Canada | N2C 1L3 This e-mail may contain information that is privileged or confidential. If you are not the intended recipient, please delete the e-mail and any attachments and notify us immediately.
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