OpenGFS is an enterprise-class clustered filesystem for organizations requiring low-cost shared data storage and management. It is a continuation of the GPLed version of the Global File System as originally started by Sistina, which switched to a non-free license.
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: Any cluster-aware volume manager can now be used. The documentation has been extended. There are performance enhancements.
No changes have been submitted for this release.
Release Notes: This is a re-release of last beta. A few minor documentation updates were made (which are only interesting to developers). A .src.rpm was added. The only known issue at the moment is that the ieee1394 patch doesn't compile.
Release Notes: Tons of documentation updates, a few small bugfixes, patches for newer kernel s(2.4.19, 2.4.20), and updating IEEE1394 patches to the 2.4.20 level.
Release Notes: This release has automake/autoconf updates, tons of cleanup, a security audit/fixes, patches for newer kernels, and more.