Gluster blog stories provide high-level spotlights on our users all over the world
October 6, 7, 2016 directly following LinuxCon Berlin
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Aravinda kicks off GlusterFS 3.9 Planning
Pranith gives more details about using Gluster as a distributed block store with Kubernetes
B.K.Raghuram follows up with the design behind a distributed iscsi implementation
Gandalf Corvotempesta’s longer discussion around RAID
Lindsay Mathieson follows up on 3.7.13 & proxmox/qemu
Dmitry Melekhov with questions around self-healing
Kaushal starts a conversation about 3.6 End of Life
Jeff Darcy on Securing GlusterD management with a question around which version this feature should go into
Aravindra asks for assistance from maintainers for Gluster Events API – Help required to identify the list of Events from each component
Poornima Gurusiddaiah starts a conversation about regression test failures
http://www.gluster.org/pipermail/gluster-devel/2016-July/050137.html – Jonathan Holloway proposes a framework to leverage existing Python unit test standards for our testing
Niels de Vos has Suggestions for improving the block/gluster driver in QEMU
Nigel provides Gluster Infra Updates – July
Michael Scherer starts a conversation around move of the ci.gluster.org server from one location to another location
Top 5 contributors:
Kotresh H R , Niels de Vos, Garrett LeSage, Atin Mukherjee, Aravinda VK
The initial rounds of conversation around the planning of content for release 8 has helped the project identify one key thing – the need to stagger out features and enhancements over multiple releases. Thus, while release 8 is unlikely to be feature heavy as previous releases, it will be the...
In order to plan the content for upcoming releases, it is good to take a moment of pause, step back and attempt to look at the consumption of GlusterFS within large enterprises. With the enterprise architecture taking large strides towards cloud and more specifically, the hybrid cloud, continued efforts towards...
The Gluster community is pleased to announce the release of 7.0, our latest release. This is a major release that includes a range of code improvements and stability fixes along with a few features as noted below. A selection of the key features and bugs addressed are documented in this...