Note: "permalinks" may not be as permanent as we would like,
direct links of old sources may well be a few messages off.
Hi All ! I am evaluating different solutions for a high-availability website that needs a way to have the exact same content on different servers (currently 2 but probably more soon). I had a look at different things : - HaNFS / drbd-0.7 : needs 2 more servers, as I don't think having both the webservers and nfs/drbd on the same hardware makes any sense ?? Would need to mount a local nfs export ? - drbd-8+GFS : seems really nice, but is it really ready for production ? - PeerFS : seems a good solution, but has anyone ever used it ? Is it stable ? Performance doesn't seem great at first glance ? - rsync : I need very low "convergence" ... no rsync ... - ddraid : seems really great ... ready for production ? And what about these things my twisted brain imagined : - drbd / vblade / ata-over-ethernet / GFS or drbd / iSCSI / GFS ? Would it scale better than HaNFS ? Has anyone tried it ? - drbd device exported via gnbd / GFS = HaGNBD ? Thanks for any advice/experience !