Subject: Re: Are you using CODA on NetBSD? Or any other distributed file system?
To: Andrew Gillham <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Ian Main <email@example.com>
Date: 12/05/2004 19:22:21
I was looking for the same thing last week. I've been using my laptop
and would love to have the disconnected operation feature.
Andrew Gillham wrote:
>I'm wondering if anyone is using CODA regularly on NetBSD, or any
>other distributed file system solution?
>I'm looking for something to enable a mirrored / redundant / cluster
>type file system of two NetBSD servers exporting a single file system
>to multiple clients.
>Basically I want to end up where I can have two (or more) clients
>reading / writing to a file system they have mounted from the
>(logical) "server" cluster. In the event of a server failure it would
>need to be transparent to the client of course.
>>From reading about CODA it seems ideal for this, but the in tree
>version is quite old and the pkgsrc version is old as well.
>If you're doing something similar let me know. I'm using NetBSD/i386
>2.0 on my servers & clients.