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Bug#810853: RFS: moosefs/2.0.83-1 [ITP] -- fault tolerant, reliable, highly available, highly performing, scaling-out network distributed file system

> On 12 Jan 2016, at 11:41 PM, Gianfranco Costamagna <costamagnagianfranco@yahoo.it> wrote:
> (wrong hotkey)
> Hi,
> If you think it is a full and better replacement of LizardFS, you need to talk
> with LizardFS maintainer, reachable at
> https://packages.qa.debian.org/l/lizardfs.html

Thanks for the hint.

You know - LizardFS is developed (somehow) now, but it conflicts with MooseFS
(e.g. the same binary executables names' like mfsmaster, mfsmetalogger, ...)
- LizardFS' developers didn't change them.

Now they're two "different" projects (still of course connected by MooseFS 1.6.x
source), each is going it's own path...

Of course I think MooseFS is better, but I don't want to remove any software;
it's user's choice which software he/she uses.

Apart this I don't think, that LizardFS maintainer would "replace"
LizardFS with MooseFS.

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