On Tue, Sep 30, 2008 at 6:32 PM, David Bear <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

> Since I have started using vmware ESX as a hosting platform for zope,
> I've been mostly happy. However, I am wondering if I should have any
> concerns with storing the zodb on nfs. All our file systems on ESX are
> nfs mounted and lately we have had some interesting issues with the LAN
> that nfs runs on. So I'm am wondering if I should be concerned about
> storing the zodb on nfs mounted filesystems.

You may want to investigate GlusterFS instead. From our experiments, it
works just fine for read/write. Locking is fine too. Would be advisable to
setup ZEO instead.

Note that GlusterFS is still under heavy development, thus may not be
suitable for production any time soon. ;)

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