Linux.com: Linux Needs Better Network File Systems
Dec 02, 2004, 21:30 (5 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Mark Stone)
"In a previous article we looked at local file systems in Linux.
In this article we'll examine the range of choices available for
Linux network file systems. While the choices are many, we'll see
that Linux still faces significant innovation challenges;
yesterday's network paradigm isn't necessarily the best approach to
the network of tomorrow.
"Our current model of the network file system is defined by the
paradigm of the enterprise workstation. In this model, a large
enterprise has a number of knowledge workers based at a single
campus, all using individual work stations that are tied together
on a single local area network (LAN)..."