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Re: [GMG-Devel] Remote Media Storage?

From: Christopher Allan Webber
Subject: Re: [GMG-Devel] Remote Media Storage?
Date: Tue, 17 Sep 2013 08:46:24 -0500
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Yes, it's possible.  Two options, more or less:
 - ssfs/ftp mount via FUSE is straightforward as in terms of
   configuration... not sure how stable that is, sounds like it would
   work.  You could set that as a public storage system.
 - Implement a storage system to do what you want.  We already have one
   for openstack swift.  It would be interesting to have some other ones
   that copied around files via commands like scp explicitly.

Alexander Stephen Thomas Ross writes:

> Is or would it be possible to have mediagoblin run on a different server
> from the host with the media?
> For example:
> Run mediagoblin on server at home or on a different host. The media is
> stored on a friends unlimited storage and bandwidth server that can't
> run mediagoblin.
>     * The media is given directly to the home server and mediagoblin
>       processes it and uploads it to the remote media storage server.
>     * The media is processed and uploaded separately then
>       mediagoblindetects or is informedthat new media is on the remote
>       media host and addsit to its database.
>     * Mediagoblin downloads the mediathen processes it and reuploads it.
> Ideas:
>     * Make theremote media storagetransparent via sshfs or ftp mount
>       point of theremote media storage. Really easy way to achieve goal?
> Problems:
>     * Home server up bandwidth is around +/- 80kbs at best.
> Notes:
> Processing does includes conversion.
> Thanks to all.

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