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 Modern Distributed Filesystems For Linux

Linux Planet takes a look at modern Distributed Filesystems For Linux.

"NFS is the best-known network file-sharing mechanism for Unix, Linux, and related operating systems because it is included in most Unix-like operating system distributions and is trivial to configure. NFS is supported in the Linux kernel and NFS-related utilities are provided with every Linux distribution. However, a number of more modern mechanisms for sharing files and directories over networks are available for today's Linux systems."

 (Submitted by Noel Thu Aug 8, 2002 )

  


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