Rootconf 2015

DevOps and scaling infrastructure

Highly available NFS server using Pacemaker/Corosync

Submitted by Meghana M (@mmadhusu) on Mar 31, 2015

Technical level: Intermediate Status: Rejected


This session mainly aims to explain how a highly available active-active NFS servers can be deployed using Pacemaker/Corosync.


Many enterprises still heavily depend on NFS to access their data from different operating systems and applications. In a clustered distributed environment (like GlusterFS) deploying a multi-head active/active NFS server can be of great advantage and challenging at the same time. This presentation is aimed at explaining the challenges involved and how it can be solved using pacemaker/corosync.

Speaker bio

Working as a Software Engineer at Red Hat Storage, contributing to GlusterFS and NFS-Ganesha opensource communities.


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