jeff at themoes.org
Mon Jan 31 12:36:11 MST 2005
Thanks for all the comments on switching IPs. :) OpenVPN looks
like the best option... I do use screen, but not very often (my
main issue is resetting up all those windows which are "just
exactly" where I want--I have scripts for lots of that too).
Anyway, how about another Q? :)
Anyone have much experience with shfs?
NFS woes are getting me down and things like coda/afs/etc don't
appear to be that good of a solution. Some of the NFS problems
may be related to XFS & the 4k stack in Fedora. But still, NFS
ain't so great even when it's running, and v4 is pretty young.
This is in a mixed environment of fedora, debian, & openbsd.
shfs looks very nice, but I'm surprised I haven't heard more
about it. What's the catch? :) Why isn't it in the kernel...?
Can it be used reliably between a big fileserver and a number
of web/ftp/rsync/etc servers?
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