From: Debian User (jb_at_silicide.dk)
Date: Sun 09 Mar 2003 - 22:34:26 GMT
On Mon, Mar 10, 2003 at 09:27:24AM +1300, Sam Vilain wrote:
> On Mon, 10 Mar 2003 01:32, jon+vserver_at_silicide.dk wrote:
> > > I've briefly investigated the three network filesystems designed to
> > > replace NFS - AFS, Coda and Intermezzo, and to me AFS looked to be the
> > > one most tested and promising.
> > coda is AFS2. Both started on carnagee mellon, and then split. AFS
> Yes, I realise that. But which has more support, and is available for more
> operating systems ... it's got to be the ``original'' AFS.
well, thats what i would pick too, i just find the history importent.
> > continued into transarc, and then into ibm, who published it under
> > IBM public license. Coda continued as a research FS.
> > Intermezzo is something other, i think intermezzo is a shared fs, where
> > AFS is a distributed.
> Intermezzo is like automated rsync :-). OK, but no good for a great number
> of potential uses of a network FS.
okay, i guess it has it's advantages as well.