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Manual Reference Pages  -  MOGILEFSD (1)

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NAME

mogilefsd -- MogileFS tracker daemon

CONTENTS

USAGE

This is the main MogileFS daemon, mogilefsd, also called the tracker. All interaction with a MogileFS installation begins by a client talking to a tracker (you should run several in parallel for redundancy).

See MogileFS::Client for a client library.

ARCHITECTURE

    Processes

The mogilefsd daemon is an event-loop in the parent process, handling with epoll/kqueue/etc (see Danga::Socket) tons of client connections, while managing a bunch of worker processes underneath.

The worker processes under mogilefsd include:
<B>Client query processingB> — implements the MogileFS client/server protocol See MogileFS::Worker::Query.
<B>MonitoringB> — monitors hosts and devices See MogileFS::Worker::Monitor.
<B>ReplicateB> — replicates files See MogileFS::Worker::Replicate.
<B>DeleterB> — deletes files from storage nodes (protocol deletes from namespace are immediate) See MogileFS::Worker::Delete.
<B>ReaperB> — re-enqueues files for replication when disks are marked dead See MogileFS::Worker::Reaper.
<B>FsckB> — background filesystem consistency checker See MogileFS::Worker::Fsck.

    Data Storage

See MogileFS::Store.

AUTHORS

Brad Fitzpatrick <brad@danga.com>

Mark Smith <junior@danga.com>

Brad Whitaker <whitaker@danga.com>

COPYRIGHT



 Copyright 2004, Danga Interactive
 Copyright 2005-2006, Six Apart Ltd.



LICENSE

Same terms as Perl itself. Artistic/GPLv2, at your choosing.

SEE ALSO

mogstored — MogileFS storage daemon

<http://danga.com/mogilefs/>

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