Note: "permalinks" may not be as permanent as we would like,
direct links of old sources may well be a few messages off.
On Wednesday 17 August 2005 10:20, Lars Ellenberg wrote: > / 2005-08-17 08:56:05 +0200 > > \ Frans Grotepass: > > > consider netboot and nfs root and nfs mounted dirs. > > > it may be possible to export ram (think tmpfs) as nfs. > > > you then can consolidate things on the server and copy > > > what you consider important to stable storage. > > > > Well, I am looking at ssync as an alternative. The last time I used nfs > > was in '99(*) and then it was a pretty messy approach when the network or > > server went down. With an embedded system, the last thing you really want > > is the (I guess old style by now) nasty NFS disconnect behaviour. > > well, your nfs server is of course a drbd/heartbeat cluster :) > if you configure it nicely, you get transparent failover. > I think many people on this list have similar setups and are willing to > help and encourage you > ... and you can write a decent drbd+nfs howto from > your experience, and contribute it back ... ;-> Well, I must still see if drbd is the solution for our application. If I use it and figured it out, I will be more than willing to contribute any information gathered. Greets, Frans