Hi, Eric,

How about the MogileFS (http://www.danga.com/mogilefs/), which served a
pictures web service at about twenty millions. And all in user level. It
is also share some same ideas as GoogleFS (http://unix-
driver.org/books/linux/filesystem/googlefs/p125-ghemawat.pdf).

And for Sistina's GFS (which sold to Redhat now), its 2.0 version has an
un-finished FreeBSD porting, which can be downloaded from its ftp server
(the address is not on my hand now, and I can tell you if you really
want it).

Last year I have worked on porting that GFS to Darwin (since it use
FreeBSD fs codebase), so I'll glad to talk to you about it

Sorry for confusing ! The mail is wrote very late here.

Wish you a nice day !

在 2005-03-11五的 08:56 -0600,Eric Anderson写道:
> Speaking of filesytems , I have a real need for a global filesystem (or shared fs, or clustered fs, or whatever), and my favorite OS doesn't have one (that I know of!). I saw that a few years back a few people were working on getting GFS working on FreeBSD, but there's no recent mention of that.
>
> Is anyone working on this, or would someone like to work on it? I am not much of a code guru, but I have the resources to test this technology under all types of loads, and we are currently using a commercial software to handle my needs (polyserve - which they have flat out told me 'no' for FreeBSD support), but I would much prefer to be on FreeBSD.
>
> Eric
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