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 Using the InterMezzo Distributed Filesystem

Linux Planet talks about the InterMezzo Distributed Filesystem.

"All distributed filesystems provide access to storage that is located on remote systems, known as servers, and enable authorized users to transparently read and write data there over the network. Standard Linux file and directory security in distributed environments is enforced through the use of a network-oriented authentication mechanism such as Kerberos, LDAP, NIS, or even the careful synchronization of password and group entries in the case of extremely small networks."

 (Submitted by Noel Tue Aug 13, 2002 )

  


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