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SubjectRe: [0/9] pohmelfs: The Great Southern Trendkill release.

> POHMELFS stands for Parallel Optimized Host Message Exchange Layered File System.
> This is a high performance network filesystem with local coherent cache of
> data and metadata. Its main goal is distributed parallel processing of data.
> POHMELFS is a kernel client for the developed distributed parallel internet
> filesystem. As it exists today, it is a high-performance parallel network
> filesystem with ability to balance reading from multiple hosts and simultaneously
> write data to multiple hosts.

So ocfs2 -alike fs?

> Signed-off-by: Evgeniy Polyakov <>

Do you think its ready for -mm?

Can it survive test such as paralel kernel compilation(s), fsx, etc?

How fast is it compared to nfs? to ext3 over fast network?

(cesky, pictures)

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