We started a new weekly session for community office hours. Today, Eco Willson walked through a getting started basic install. If you have topics in mind that you would like to see us cover in future editions, let us know on the gluster-users mailing list or on #gluster on irc.freenode.net. Read the rest of this entry →
Greetings, If you’ve been trying to access the download server, I’m afraid it continues to be offline. We will try to have a replacement up and running by tomorrow. In the meantime, you can still access release tarballs via bits.gluster.com or from our GitHub repo. And before anyone asks: no, this was not a filesystem [...]
Greetings, If you’ve noticed some wonky behavior in the mailing lists this morning, it’s due to a DNS switchover. Unfortunately, we have to wait for the reverse DNS to be implemented before everyone can get mail sent to the gluster.org lists. Please hold tight – thanks!
I forgot to post this at the time, but I had a lovely conversation with Richard Morrell, aka the “Cloud Evangelist” at Red Hat’s UK office. Richard is a jolly bloke with a fair bit to say on all things cloud. We talked about GlusterFS, the Gluster community, and also about Red Hat’s upcoming Developer [...]
If you were a customer of Gluster, Inc. back in the day, you may already be familiar with Eco’s handiwork. I’m happy to report that he’s now full-time on the community side, writing docs, doing meetups and conferences, and doing everything it takes to teach users and developers how to fish. Here’s a video of [...]
I have been very excited by the progress made recently on the libgfapi and QEMU driver fronts recently. With recently added code to the master branches of QEMU and GlusterFS, you can now talk directly from QEMU to GlusterFS, bypassing FUSE. See the demo video below for an example of how it works: Outstanding stuff! [...]