[OpenAFS] achieving "balance"?
Thu, 12 Oct 2006 11:14:10 -0400 (EDT)
(is it schizophrenic to reply to one's own post?)
compile, with warnings, on linux after adjusting library locations. However
while it's stable on solaris, it segfaults fairly often on linux.
Is there a newer version that 1.2-beta (10/26/2003)? Or is anyone using
this reliably on linux and willing to share their changes? OR, as I asked
originally, if balance is no longer the best program to use for balancing
volumes across partitions, what is?
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The problem with troubleshooting is that often trouble shoots back.
On Wed, 27 Sep 2006, Stephen Joyce wrote:
> What is the current best practice to balance volumes across fileservers?
> I'm aware of CMU's balance program at
> ftp://ftp.andrew.cmu.edu/pub/AFS-Tools/ and Russ Albery's afs-balance at
> http://www.eyrie.org/~eagle/software/afs-balance. Are there others?
> Is anyone maintaining balance or has anyone updated it more recently than
> 2003? (1.2-beta does at least compile on linux and solaris with minor
> Cheers, Stephen
> Stephen Joyce
> Systems Administrator P A N I C
> Physics & Astronomy Department Physics & Astronomy
> University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Network Infrastructure
> voice: (919) 962-7214 and Computing
> fax: (919) 962-0480 http://www.panic.unc.edu
> The problem with troubleshooting is that often trouble shoots back.
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