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Cluster architectures used to provide CERN central CVS services
There are two cluster architecture approaches used at CERN to provide central CVS services. The first one (http://cern.ch/cvs) depends on AFS for central storage of repositories and offers automatic load-balancing and failover mechanisms. The second one (http://cern.ch/lcgcvs) is an N + 1 cluster based on local file systems, using data replication and not relying on AFS. It does not provide either dynamic load-balancing or automatic fail-over. Instead a series of tools were developed fordoi:10.5170/cern-2005-002.1192 fatcat:etjg2ovvtbdl7i4ncxn6m6drzi