Riak CS with a NFS storage backend
jdaily at basho.com
Mon Oct 21 09:54:49 EDT 2013
If you really want an S3 API layer around NFS, I suspect you'd be better off taking the code from Riak CS and creating your own solution than attempting this approach.
One example of how this would run into trouble: if any server fails, nearly every large object would be unavailable because of the N=1 replication factor. The data itself would be available via NFS, but the server that's supposed to serve up those chunks wouldn't.
On Oct 21, 2013, at 9:08 AM, Adrian Nicolae <adrian.nicolae at constanta.rdsnet.ro> wrote:
> I want to try the following setup for a cloud-storage project :
> - a cluster of x86 servers with SAS drives running Riak CS
> - the replication for the metadata will be Nx3 on the servers running Riak
> - data for the objects will be stored on a NFS shared storage (SONAS probably) with no replication configured on Riak (Nx1). The NFS platform will handle data protection instead in the backend.
> I found a similar setup in MezeoCloud.
> What do you think about this ?
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