Linked by Rahul on Sat 18th Oct 2008 11:29 UTC
Linux While Ext4 was originally merged in 2.6.19, it was marked as a development filesystem. It has been a long time coming but as planned, Ext4dev has been renamed to Ext4 in 2.6.28 to indicate its level of maturity and paving the way for production level deployments. Ext4 filesystem developer Ted Tso also endorsed Btrfs as a multi-vendor, next generation filesystem and along with the interest from Andrew Morton, Btrfs is planned to be merged before 2.6.29 is released. It will follow a similar development process to Ext4 and be initially marked as development only.
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RE[3]: relevant?
by lemur2 on Sun 19th Oct 2008 09:51 UTC in reply to "RE[2]: relevant?"
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- 60 concurrent Gnome desktop sessions via XDMCP and NX (Web/Mail/Wordprocessing/Spreadsheet, etc.)

- 100 concurrent sessions of a point of sale package

- Intranet web/application server

- Database server

- Internal dhcp server

- Internal name server

- Samba file and print server for legacy Windows stations

- Other stuff

Nice. Very nice.

What distro do you use, and how much RAM does all this take?

Have you thought of splitting the load between a small number of lesser servers?

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