Coda File System

Re: Replication in CODA

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Date: Fri, 22 Feb 2008 12:04:10 +0100
Hi shishir_goyal,

you are very welcome to join Coda users and administrators.

I guess you would have to study the Coda wiki and take the time for reading
the mailing list archives.
Information you are looking for may be scattered but it is present there.

Normally, you decide about the replication of a volume when you create it.
If you use createvol_rep and indicate multiple servers, the resulting
volume will be replicated.

As you are using terms like "share data from a hard disk" I become unsure
whether you are familiar with the concepts of data storage and access
in Coda.

What you possibly meant is how much data it is possible to store
on a single server (or more correctly, via a single server process).
This question has been answered many times before.

Best regards,

On Fri, Feb 22, 2008 at 01:38:24AM +0530, wrote:
> Hi,
>  I am new to caoda and wanted to know the followings
>  first, how to achieve replication in coda.
>  I have started two servers and one client but whenever i try to do    
> replication it gives me error.
>  can somebody help me out by writing down all the steps needed for 
> replication.I will be very thankful.
> Secondly, i wanted to know how much data can i share from a single harddisk
> if RVM size is 315 MB and each file size is 300KB (acc. to my calculations
> it came around 190 GB, but it that possible??)
> and lastly, i want to know can more than one servers share the same volume??
Received on 2008-02-22 06:05:21