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which O.S. is the best for XFS

#1 Postby turkey » Jan 10, 2008 7:20 pm

which o.s. do we prefer for to get best performance with XFS?

Fedora Core 6
FreeBSD 5.4
FreeBSD 6.1
FreeBSD 6.2
CentOS 4.5
CentOS 5.X

or??

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#2 Postby pheal » Jan 10, 2008 8:02 pm

I use the latest version of CentOS and it runs smoothly. I'm not sure about the others but this OS is a good choice in my humble opinion.

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#3 Postby turkey » Jan 10, 2008 8:24 pm

thanks for your intrest. i've lots of files and big db. i will chance my server, and i want to get highest performance.

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#4 Postby PilgrimX182 » Jan 11, 2008 7:31 am

Don't know about this much. But it will work fine and I guess pretty much the same on latest version of Fedora Core and CentOS.
I think 1) RAM and 2) CPU is much important here for best perfomance.

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#5 Postby turkey » Jan 11, 2008 9:18 am

PilgrimX182 wrote:Don't know about this much. But it will work fine and I guess pretty much the same on latest version of Fedora Core and CentOS.
I think 1) RAM and 2) CPU is much important here for best perfomance.
i want to know much more about multiserver support. how does it work? do we must install script all servers? because i'am thinking main server is

# CPU - Core2Quad 6600
# Memory - 4GB RAM

and the others will be

# CPU - AMD Duron 1400
# Memory - 1GB RAM
with 400 gigs hdd.



like that. what do you think about this? and can u explain how can we add servers?

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#6 Postby PilgrimX182 » Jan 11, 2008 11:03 am

Main server configuration is great, even maybe too good.
It will keep MySQL database and main logic (site pages, user/admin interface). There won't be high loads I think.

File servers will handle uploads, ajax upload tracking request and downloads. Probably need a bit better CPU to handle multiple ajax tracking requests.


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