Pete Zaitcev (zaitcev) wrote,
Pete Zaitcev
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A small billion-object Swift cluster

In the latest of Swift numbers: talked to someone today who mentioned that they have 1,025,311,000 objects, or almost exactly a billion. They are spread over only 480 disks. That is, if my arithmetic is correct, 2,000 times smaller than Amazon S3 was in 2013. But hey, not everyone is S3. And they aren't having any particular problems, things just work.

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