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Re: [SLE] reiserfs - very cool
  • From: wayne@xxxxxxxxxx (Wayne Chan)
  • Date: Thu, 06 Apr 2000 00:47:37 +0800
  • Message-id: <38EB6E29.289DEB52@xxxxxxxxxx>



Hi,

You've mention HA. Great! I am currently looking around for HA
implementation, GPL softwares if possible. So far,
LinuxVirtualServer.org looks promising AFAIK.

So when is SuSE coming out with their version of HA/load balanced? Any
beta testing?

Michael Hasenstein wrote:
>
> On Wed, 5 Apr 2000, Lenz Grimmer wrote:
>
> > On Wed, 5 Apr 2000, Reid, Rowan (GSP) wrote:
> > > with the advent of XFS on linux
> > > which will be the most stable
> > > and fast option. maybe i'm biased
> > > but XFS is -proven tecnology
> >
> > But not on Linux :)
> >
> > XFS has some interesting features, too. But it will need some more time,
> > before you can really declare it as "ready for productive use". Our
> > internal tests have ended in kernel freezes a lot of times. But it looks
> > very promising! I did not expect SGI to get it ready that fast.
>
> ...and if it's ready, we'll be the first to include it as well. We have a
> great relationship with SGI, and currently have some people working their
> (helping with the port of SGI's failsave product, for High Availability,
> to Linux (OpenSource, i.e. GPL)).
>
> --
> Michael Hasenstein
> http://www.suse.de/~mha/
> Private Pilot (ASEL+aerobatics) since 1998
>
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