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Best network filesystem for a bleeding edge, pure linux environment?


I want to set up a network filesystem to share files between several
linux systems (Debian & OpenWrt).  Judging from what I see on the list
and elsewhere, NFS stills seems to be the standard, but I am aware that
newer options are available, e.g. Coda and OpenAFS.  Since I don't need
any legacy or non-linux support, should I try one of those, or just
stick with NFS?

I've seen this IBM paper:


this thread:


and this:


but I am utterly new to network filesystems, and there isn't all that
much to go on in the above.  Recommendations?

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