mount r/w and r/o

Jeff Dinisco jeff at
Thu Nov 3 21:58:24 UTC 2005

Performance is the answer.  This is streaming media and the throughput
is very high.   

-----Original Message-----
From: Wolber, Richard C [mailto:richard.c.wolber at] 
Sent: Thursday, November 03, 2005 5:01 PM
To: Damian Menscher; Jeff Dinisco
Cc: ext3-users at
Subject: RE: mount r/w and r/o

> > My questions are...
> > Should I be concerned by this?
> > Is there a way to automatically skip the recovery attempt, and if
> > should I use it?
> > Am I going about this all wrong, is there a better way to do this 
> > (other than GFS)?
> Sorry to ask the obvious question, but why not just use NFS?

Performance? NFS is a lot of overhead to consider using on something
FC. Mounting r/o seems (and I await the experts opinion) at first glance

to be a very effictive way of doing this.


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