internetnews.com: Red Hat Whips Up Storage File System
Jun 26, 2004, 03:30 (11 Talkback[s])
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"Red Hat lifted the wraps on its storage file system based on
Linux and made its source code available under the General Public
License (GPL), Red Hat spokeswoman Leigh Day said.
"Called Red Hat Global File System (GFS), the cluster file
system and volume manager combo are essentially the same product
that the company picked up in the December when it purchased
"But under Red Hat's roof, GFS offers new features and allows
Red Hat Enterprise Linux servers to shuttle files to one shared
system on the SAN in order to avoid redundant copies..."