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Benchmarks: NFS v3 vs. NFS v4 Performance

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NFS3 vs. NFS4 file operations speed compared...
NFS version 4, published in April 2003, introduced stateful client-server interaction and "file delegation," which allows a client to gain temporary exclusive access to a file on a server. NFSv4 brings security improvements such as RPCSEC_GSS, the ability to send multiple operations to the server at once, new file attributes, replication, client side caching, and improved file locking. Although there are a number of improvements in NFSv4 over previous versions, this article investigates just one of them -- performance.
 read more | mail this link | score:8849 | -Ray, June 20, 2008
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