[OpenAFS] Replica sites

ed ed@ednevitible.co.uk
Tue, 10 May 2005 21:57:40 +0100

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On Tue, 10 May 2005 16:17:42 -0400 (EDT)
Stephen Brown <sbrown7@umbc.edu> wrote:

> That's three dirs per mail folder -- with one file per message within.
> It really can add up when folks keep their e-mail for years...

./tmp and ./new are small dirs, ./cur is the biggie.=20

Qmail's vpopmail system is useful, that once you have about 100 domains
on the system it places them in ./domains/, ./domains/0/ and
./domains/1/ ... ./domains/N filing system per 100. But the problem is,
I don't want a single system that could fail, and I don't want a huge
hardware budget, even if it takes me 4 months to find a solution it's
more worthwhile as I can apply it to other internal requirements where
data is possibly brought down through a single failure.

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