Red Hat Global File System

Last Updated on 29 July 2005, Company: Red Hat

Red Hat GFS allows a cluster of Linux servers to share data in a common pool of storage, allowing you to: Greatly simplify your data infrastructure: Install and patch applications once, for the entire cluster; Reduce the need for redundant copies of data; Simplify back-up and disaster recovery tasks;
Maximize use of storage resources and minimize your storage costs: Manage your storage capacity as a whole vs. by partition; Decrease your overall storage needs by reducing data duplication;
Scale clusters seamlessly, adding storage or servers on the fly: No more partitioning storage with complicated techniques; Add servers simply by mounting them to the common file system

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