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Thursday, March 23 • 4:25pm - 5:15pm
Provisioning NFSv4 Storage Using NFS-Ganesha, Gluster, and Pacemaker HA - Kaleb S. Keithley, Red Hat Gluster Storage

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A deep dive into setting up a highly available NFSv4 cluster using NFS-Ganesha, Gluster and Gluster's libgfapi, and Pacemaker. NFS-Ganesha is a NFS server in user space that supports NFSv3, NFSv4, NFSv4.1, and pNFS. Kaleb will cover some Gluster internals, what libgfapi is and how it works, the NFS-Ganesha NFSv4 server and its File System Abstraction Layer (FSAL) model, and FSAL_GLUSTER in particular. He will show an example of how Pacemaker and Corosync can be used to create a resilient active/active cluster of servers where zero downtime is a requirement. He will describe at a high level how locking and lock recovery work in a cluster.


Kaleb S. Keithley

Sr. Principal Software Engineer, Red Hat
Kaleb currently works on Red Hat Gluster Storage and Community GlusterFS. Prior to the Gluster acquisition Kaleb worked on HekaFS, a multi-tenant storage proof-of-concept based on GlusterFS. Prior to coming to Red Hat he worked for EMC's Centera and Atmos divisions on a portable, next-gen implementation of Centera written in C++. Prior to that he worked for three start-up companies, two of them in the storage space. Kaleb has presented talks... Read More →

Thursday March 23, 2017 4:25pm - 5:15pm
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