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SPOF Series of articles # 1

Started by Mad Penguin, September 26, 2012, 10:39:37 PM

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Mad Penguin

Intro, what's it all about?  http://linux.co.uk/2012/09/no-single-point-of-failure/ (http://linux.co.uk/2012/09/no-single-point-of-failure/)
Section #1, creating a storage node.  http://linux.co.uk/pages/spof-1-storage-node/ (http://linux.co.uk/pages/spof-1-storage-node/)
Section #2, creating a Gluster filesystem. http://linux.co.uk/pages/spof-2-clustered-filesystem/ (http://linux.co.uk/pages/spof-2-clustered-filesystem/)
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Mark Greaves (PCNetSpec)

I'm following those articles with interest :) .. at some point in the series wouldn't a "gliffy" diagram come in handy ? .. I know it would help *me* visualise the layout.
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Mad Penguin

Yup, more than one will appear .. might be jumping the gun just for a second tho' in terms of order of presentation ... :)
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Mark Greaves (PCNetSpec)

I didn't necessarily mean yet .. I suppose it makes more sense to cover components first .. but later, when it all comes together :)

Although, thinking about it .. it may help having one early, to help visualise where the components are going to go in the whole .. and as a kind of overview of what you're going to end up with.

But they're your articles, and only you know what's coming .. so you're in a better position to judge.
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