I'm confused - does that mean Coraid is separately maintaining another aoetools project, which should be used?
Starting with version 11, the aoe driver for 2.6 Linux kernels includes the aoetools. If you are using a driver downloaded from the above link, you should use the aoetools that come with that driver instead of getting them from sourceforge.
I've used AoE with 10.2 and 10.3, and will with 11.0 openSUSE.
I have a build service project which builds the latest aoetools and
aoe kernel driver if you are interested.
If you have the $, I'd really look at starting with a Coraid product
offering. Otherwise, I haven't any experience with 10Gig, only 1Gig.
;-) Good NICs are an absolute MUST.
On Thu, Jun 12, 2008 at 8:44 AM, Mark <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:Now I would like to try ATAoE, but I am a complete linux newbie so thefirst question is which distro should I use. Let me ask the questiondifferently as I'm not wanting to start a religious battle about whichis the best Linux distro: which distro does vblade work best with,does it matter at all or is anything with a new kernel (like OpenSUSE11, Ubuntu 8.04, others) supposed to work equally well?