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Tue Aug 2 08:54:39 MSD 2016
On Mon, Aug 01, 2016 at 07:24:39PM -0500, Nathan Neulinger wrote:
> Essentially, gluster is a cluster distributed filesystem. It uses local storage on each 'server' node, and that can then
> be mounted on clients. It's intended for high performance compute resources, but works quite nicely for freeswitch backend.
> In my case, I have 4 servers accessing the cluster - 2 freeswitch nodes that are setup as an HA pair using keepalived
> (article already in wiki for that), 2 web server front end nodes for a local custom UI.
> On the backend, I have the three gluster nodes for file service (odd number to insure quorum) and 3 Percona XTraDB mysql
> nodes also operating as a cluster.
> Everything except the two freeswitch instances is running as a VM. The FS nodes are running on real hardware.
> The key difference with NFS is that the filesystem itself is redundant - so you can take any one of those backend nodes
> out of service and it isn't visible (except as a momentary hang) to the servers that have the filesystem mounted.
I appreciate all the info. Gluster sounds great and seems like it
works out well in a situation like this.
Did you try a document storage DB before going to gluster, or was
gluster already what you were using so it just fell into place?
> -- Nathan
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