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LVM configuration on Openfiler 2.3

LVM configuration on Openfiler 2.3

Openfiler is one of two free and open source NAS/SAN applications in active development (the other one is FreeNAS). By default, Openfiler is installed to hard disk using the traditional Linux disk partitioning system. Linux Logical Volume Manager (LVM) adds a layer of flexibility to disk space configuration and management that is not possible with the traditional method of disk […]

Openfiler 2.3 and Interface Bonding

Openfiler 2.3 and Interface Bonding

Openfiler is an rPath Linux-based, free and open source NAS/SAN software solution. We have previously written a comparative post about Openfiler and FreeNAS, the other free and open source NAS/SAN software solution. In this tutorial, we provide some guidance on how to configure interface bonding in Openfiler 2.3, the latest stable version.

Openfiler 2.3 Administrator Guide

Openfiler 2.3 Administrator Guide

Openfiler is one of two active, open source NAS/SAN solutions that we have listed on this site. The other one is FreeNAS, a BSD-based distribution. A feature comparison of these two projects is available here

FreeNAS vs Openfiler

FreeNAS vs Openfiler

FreeNAS is a server distro that is based on m0n0Wall, which itself is based on FreeBSD code. Openfiler is also a server distro, but it’s based on rPath Linux (kernel 2.6.x). So, aside from both being UNIX-like, server distros, are there any major differences between them? Yes, but they also have a lot (of features) in common.