[Beowulf] Big storage
ballen at gravity.phys.uwm.edu
Fri Sep 21 15:28:17 EDT 2007
>> In any case by the end of the year I should have at least ten X4500s, and
>> can do some testing myself. But your collection is an order of magnitude
>> larger, so you can collect much more useful statistics. If those
>> statistics show no data corruption, then someone like myself with many
>> fewer systems can be very confident that no silent corruption is occuring.
> fsprobe is a Linux only program, it doesn't compile out of the box on
> Solaris (even 10+). I have a simple patch to make it compile and run on
> Solaris though, if someone is interested.
Peter, could I suggest that you incorporate Loic's patches to make fsprobe
portable to Solaris.
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