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CloudFS is built on top of [http://gluster.org/ Gluster]. It provides a set of translators to make Gluster more suitable as a cloud file system.
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The Fedora [https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Features/CloudFS CloudFS] feature page has information about the status of CloudFS as a feature in a future release of Fedora.
 
The Fedora [https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Features/CloudFS CloudFS] feature page has information about the status of CloudFS as a feature in a future release of Fedora.
  
 
[http://kkeithle.fedorapeople.org/cloudfs.html CloudFS Setup] has rudimentary instructions, including where to get source and RPMs, for installing CloudFS on a cluster, including a simple web-based UI to provision CloudFS volumes.
 
[http://kkeithle.fedorapeople.org/cloudfs.html CloudFS Setup] has rudimentary instructions, including where to get source and RPMs, for installing CloudFS on a cluster, including a simple web-based UI to provision CloudFS volumes.
  
See Jeff Darcy's [http://cloudfs.org/ CloudFS] blog for more information about the philosophy of CloudFS.
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See Jeff Darcy's [http://cloudfs.org/ CloudFS] blog to learn more about the philosophy of CloudFS and find out what's happening with CloudFS development.

Revision as of 12:17, 21 April 2011

CloudFS is built on top of Gluster. It provides a set of translators to make Gluster more suitable as a cloud file system.

The Fedora CloudFS feature page has information about the status of CloudFS as a feature in a future release of Fedora.

CloudFS Setup has rudimentary instructions, including where to get source and RPMs, for installing CloudFS on a cluster, including a simple web-based UI to provision CloudFS volumes.

See Jeff Darcy's CloudFS blog to learn more about the philosophy of CloudFS and find out what's happening with CloudFS development.