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GlusterFS 3.6.0 rolled out today and includes new features and stability improvements. Highlights include:
Experimental features include support for rdma volumes, support for NUFA translator, disk encryption, and on-wire compression and decompression.
Find out more about the cool tricks and treats packed into the latest GlusterFS release on the Gluster blog and in the release notes.
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