[PVE-User] sheepdog, btrfs and tests

para zheng para.pve at gmail.com
Tue Oct 9 03:17:52 CEST 2012

Besides sheepdog, there is another file system, which name is ceph, is
able to work with Proxmox. why not have a test with that?

I have one doubt, and have not read any materials: between the two
file system(sheepdog and ceph), which is more suitable for Proxmox?
from the view of  performance, stability and so on...


2012/10/9 Fábio Rabelo <fabio at fabiorabelo.wiki.br>:
> 2012/10/8 Flavio Stanchina <flavio.stanchina at ies.it>
>> On 08/10/2012 19:36, Fábio Rabelo wrote:
>> > The Storage ( not arrived yet ) will use either Freenas or Nas4Free ,
>> > with
>> > 256 GB of RAM for 12 2TB hard disks, [...]
>> > Here in Brasil, the additional cost of a Storage takes virtualization
>> > away
>> > from most of possible customers ...
>> Ah, I wish I had that kind of storage here. If that's what you have to
>> live
>> with to keep costs down over there in Brasil, I think I'll propose to move
>> the office near one of your sunny beaches before winter starts. Should be
>> able to buy the storage and a couple of servers with the money we won't
>> spend for heating!
> Don't get too excited, it is one of 3 or at most 4 customers in my "pool"
> that have this kind of budget !
> All the "rest" of the customers of mine do not have that kind of money to
> spend on a Supermicro Storage .
> It is for that people, 30 or 35 of then, that I thinking about a self
> contained 3 node cluster, maybe with sheepdog ...
> Fábio Rabelo
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