Tuesday, 13 November 2018

512 Locks per File are supported by Amazon EFS

Amazon Elastic File System (EFS) is a fully managed cloud file storage service which provides scalable, shared file storage in the AWS Cloud which does not need you to setup or handle any additional hardware or third-party software. Amazon EFS is simple to utilize and gives an interface which enables you to build and configure file systems swiftly and effortlessly. Amazon EFS offers a standard file system interface which supports whole file system ingress semantics. Amazon EFS is an ideal when you require to share storage between several EC2 instances.

Your applications have the storage they require when they need it as the storage capacity of Amazon EFS is elastic, expanding and decreasing automatically as you add and remove files. Amazon EFS can expand to petabyte scale and enables extremely parallel ingress from Amazon EC2 instances to your data.

The new limit is raise from 87 locks per file and is available in all regions for new and existing file systems. Amazon Elastic File System (EFS) now supports 512 locks per file. The 512-lock limit permits applications to utilize additional locks allowing higher levels of concurrency and raised performance.

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