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A while ago I put together a post detailing the installation and configuration of 2 hosts running glusterfs, which was then presented as CIFS based storage. http://jonarcher.info/2014/06/windows-cifs-fileshares-using-glusterfs-ctdb-highly-available-data/ This post gained a bit of interest through the comments and social networks, one of the comments I got was from John Mark Walker suggesting I look at the …read more
This tutorial will walk through the setup and configuration of GlusterFS and CTDB to provide highly available file storage via CIFS. GlusterFS is used to replicate data between multiple servers. CTDB provides highly available CIFS/Samba functionality. Prerequisites: 2 servers (virtual or physical) with RHEL 6 or derivative (CentOS, Scientific Linux). When installing create a partition …read more
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Here are the topics this blog is going to cover. Samba Server Samba VFS Libgfapi GlusterFS VFS plugin for Samba and libgfapi Without GlusterFS VFS plugin FUSE mount vs VFS plugin About Samba Server: Samba server runs on Unix and … Continue reading →
Setting Up A Standalone Storage Server With GlusterFS And Samba On Debian Squeeze
This tutorial shows how to set up a standalone storage server on
Debian 6.0, using GlusterFS and SAMBA, and custom scripts and settings
to make life easier.