Talk:Coda (file system)
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How current is this information ? The article says AFS does not have Linux Kernel 2.6 support. I doubt that this is still true for current OpenAFS implementations.
- Coda is supported in 2.6, but it's not ready for production. Load testing with bonnie crashes venus, the client daemon, reliably (see some report at http://coda.wikidev.net/Main_Page). The development seems to have stopped pretty much, with focus in the network filesystem community moving to GFS, Lustre and similar. Gabriel Wicke 22:45, 14 Dec 2004 (UTC)
I did a major rewrite today; the explanations of Coda's functionality are still inadequate, but I feel this is a large improvement over the previous bulleted page. Sources are not cited but are available in the white papers found at Coda's official web site. Adam Wolbach 18:23, 21 Mar 2006 (EST)
- "Coda has many features that are desirable for network file systems, and several features not found elsewhere..."
Are all the 9 features listed after this sentence unique to Coda? If so, please replace the period (full stop) with a colon (:). If not please put the clause about unique features as a separate sentence after the list of features. -Pgan002 07:31, 15 March 2007 (UTC)