INTRODUCTION The aim of this article is to give you some insight into CEPH, DRBD and LINSTOR by outlining their basic functions. The following points should help you compare these products and to understand which is the right solution for your system. Before we start, you should be aware of the fact that LINSTOR is […]
LINBIT US is celebrating a decade of service and growth. 10 years ago, we started our journey with you from a newly established office in the pacific northwest. In that time, we have moved into new offices, grown our team 4 times in size, built some really great software, and most importantly, met, collaborated with, […]
The LINBIT DRBD software has been updated with an integration for Veritas Infoscale Availability (VIA). VIA, formerly known as Veritas Cluster Server (VCS), is a proprietary cluster manager for building highly available clusters on Linux. Examples of application cluster capabilities are Network File Sharing databases or e-commerce websites. VCS solves the same problem as the […]
Innovative Data Storage Can Save Cash, Headaches, and Your Data Storage Downtime is Unacceptable When the network goes down, everyone is mildly annoyed, but when the storage goes down, “Everyone loses their mind, ” as the Joker would say. And for good reason. No one likes losing payroll data, shipments, customer information, financial transactions, or […]
Today we’re happy to announce a new document titled “Block Replication with Filesystem Encryption” which showcases another wonderful use case for DRBD. Block Replication with Filesystem Encryption At Hosting Con, back in April of this year, some colleagues of mine ran into some representatives from Randtronics. Randtronics is the company responsible for the DPM (Data […]
We’ve been working with our partner, Permabit, for a couple of years now. Permabit is the author of VDO, a block level deduplication software for Linux. Pair this deduplication software (which also has optional compression) with our DRBD software, and you get extremely efficient, low overhead, data replication. The problem is Permabit built a solution […]
Data seems to be on everyone’s mind these days. From employee to financial data, your company has to keep it available through seamless replication — without downtime. LINBIT DRBD is the open source software that ensures High Availability for your enterprise.
Over the next few weeks we’ll be posting results from tests that we’ve run against various manufactures SSD drives; including Intel, SanDisk, and Micron, to name a few. The first post in this series goes over our findings of the Intel DC S 3700 Series 800GB SATA SSD drives.
From time to time we get asked things like this: I want to use a 100TiB volume with DRBD, is that supported”? The biggest public device size with DRBD known to LINBIT is currently ~600TiB. (JUNE 2019 UPDATE)
The TL;DR version: don’t use data-integrity-alg in a production setup.