by Ajeet Jha (@ziiin) on Wednesday, 12 March 2014

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Beginner

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Disaster recovery and filesystem synchronization between geographically distinct locations are still ambitious features in filesystem world. "Geo-Replication", a feature of glusterfs is an influencive solution to it.

Description

If a node storing and maintaining your data is down, you have a way to get your data back from one of the "near-replicated" nodes. But what if your complete replicated data setup at that location is down, damn!! you are screwed.
Geo-replication can recover your data even after such scenarios.

This was indeed an impressive feature of data recovery post disaster. Now, if you want a maintenance free sync of your filesystem data to a location way far from your current location.
Geo-rep provides this unique ability within glusterfs, just ask for sync and it will be done :)

An additional feature used by geo-replication is glusterfs journals (changelogs). These are granular journals, that record file-operations which occur in that time-frame (configurable).

Speaker bio

P53ud0 C0d312 at RedHat and always trying to answer the question, "Can we do better?".
Interested in distributed filesystems, especially distant replication.

Hugely motivated from and supported by:

  • Venky Shankar (Engineer at redhat and presenter at Rootconf-2013).
  • Aravinda Vishwanathapura Krishna Murthy (http://aravindavk.in/)
  • Kotresh Hiremath Ravishankar (Engineer at RedHat. Fascinated by system side programming and very much interested in filesystems).

Comments

  • 1
    [-] Sailu D (@davusa) 3 years ago

    Good Luck !

  • 1
    [-] Kunal Rakesh (@kunalmuzz) 3 years ago

    Its really worthy

  • 1
    [-] pranjeet prakash (@pranjeetppp) 3 years ago

    best of luck

  • 1
    [-] Rahul Kumar 3 years ago

    best of luck

  • -1
    [-] rakeish kumar (@lostkiing) 3 years ago

    Good Luck

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