HAMMER, disk mirroring and secure NFS

Jasse Jansson jasse at yberwaffe.com
Sun Mar 26 07:23:30 PDT 2017

On 2017-03-26 15:59, Tomohiro Kusumi wrote:
>> A PFS is more like a namespace, I got that.
> It's a logical separation within HAMMER's B-Tree. Things
> (inode/dirents/data/etc) that belong to PFS#1 are logically clustered
> within the tree, and the same for PFS#2,3,4,etc. The only different
> one is PFS#0 which is what you have by default after newfs_hammer.
> PFS#0 includes all the other PFSes. Having logically clustered
> sub-tree and exported to userspace via PFS symlink makes
> mirror-copy/etc easier to implement when there are certain target
> directories that you want to copy to/from.

Sounds like some sort of namespace to me but I get the point.

But you seems to have great knowledge about this so feel free to write 
the missing doc to enlighten the rest uf us.

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