Mounting remote filesystem and use as storage media for membase
I currently use 2 datacenters - the reason for the split up is that each datacenter provides different benefits and drawbacks. I use one datacenter for frontend and the other for backend. This also means that I have a latency between the two of approx. 10 ms.
To avoid the latency that slows everything down I have thought of using the datacenter for backend solely as a storage media accomplished by mounting the remote server with NFS or SSHFS as a folder on the membasenode and then assign this during the installation process instead of /var/opt/membase/1.6.5/data/ns_1/ thath way I think I would skip the latency as concerns the RAM but would still have latency when accessing disk but acccessing disk has a latency already. Would this approach be a better choice - or would encryption/decryption when accessing the remote filesystem impose to much overhead on the CPU and when added with latency be futile? Has anyone tried this?