> That thought had crossed my mind... but I'm assuming there'd be some issues
> related to the buffer cache while doing that. Secondly, I want the
> replication to be N Way. For example:
> If I write a file on host X, it's filtered over to host Y. Then, if I write
> to host Y, it's filtered over to host X.
What you are talking about is available in InterMezzo (www.inter-mezzo.org).
It's a file-based (not block based) distributed network filesystem.
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