MFT cluster - what do you do for files?

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gnussbaum

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Post by gnussbaum » Thu Sep 13, 2018 12:18 pm
Hi all,

Just wondering what people are doing for their shared file system? Do you have one server or are you using some sort of "clustered" file system? Looking for advice on what I should use.

Support_Jerrod

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Post by Support_Jerrod » Thu Sep 27, 2018 4:38 pm
Ultimately, this is up to you and your organization; however, we do see a lot of our Windows customers using DFS or NAS devices with real-time backup. We also see a lot of Linux/Unix customers using mountpoints to a Linux file server.

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