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
Upcoming Community Happy Hour at Red Hat Summit! Tue, May 7, 2019, 6:30 PM – 7:30 PM EDT https://cephandglusterhappyhour_rhsummit.eventbrite.com has all the details. Gluster 7 Roadmap Discussion kicked off for our 7 roadmap on the mailing lists, see [Gluster-users] GlusterFS v7.0 (and v8.0) roadmap discussion https://lists.gluster.org/pipermail/gluster-users/2019-March/036139.html for more details. Community...
This is part of a new series on using Gluster! OpenVPN is open source software that serves as the basis for a Virtual Private Network capable of supporting a point-to-point or site-to-site connection. Along with the fact that it’s free to use, it also has the benefit of being one...