is syncthing + syncthing-inotify ready for enterprise-class linux clusters? i’m talking about thousands of files on high availability clusters across multiple datacenters… starting around 20 servers and potentially scaling up to a few hundred (depending how the project goes).
i’m also looking at software like lsyncd over gluster/hadoop/drbd because 1) the more nodes you add the slower they get and 2) many of the other solutions only support two nodes before it gets messy.
it seems like the main focus of the project is for home users syncing their laptop with their desktop(s) or sharing files with a few colleagues or friends. note this is not what i’m looking to do… it would be for in-house file syncing between clusters and would not function as a cloud service. a centralized management console will probably need to be written as well (i can probably do that). i’m also concerned about stability and qa/testing of new builds.
i was wondering if syncthing-inotify will eventually be a part of syncthing itself so you can choose polling or inotify.
sorry for all the questions but i’m interested in this project for a new environment i’m setting up that could grow much larger.
thanks in advance!