[Dirvish] Filesystems for big partitions

Jan van Haarst jan at vanhaarst.net
Mon Oct 5 20:55:00 UTC 2015


My vote would go to ZFS, as that is mature, secure and robust.
And yes, you can run it natively on Linux now.

On Mon, Oct 5, 2015 at 6:22 PM, Güder, Christian <Christian.Gueder at insel.ch>
wrote:

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> Dear all,
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> We are using Dirvish since a long time to backup numerous Linux
> applications and NAS servers – and despite development is not that active
> anymore, it’s still doing a good job.
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> We’re about to expand our backup servers – this time using 6TB disks. This
> will lead to filesystems of theoretical sizes between ~120 and ~190TB.
> Right now, we are using XFS as filesystem, but the sheer amount of files is
> really challenging it. Does anybody have experience with handling *bigger
> than usual* filesystems using ext4, BtrFS, GlusterFS or even ZFS (using
> Linux)? Sharing any advices greatly appreciated.
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> Kind regards,
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> Chris
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Dag,
Jan
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