What is the difference between the distributed file system and the Hadoop distributed file system?
|Distributed File System||Hadoop Distributed File System (HDFS)|
|It is primarily designed to hold a large amount of data while providing access to multiple clients over a network.||It is designed to hold vast amounts of data (petabytes and terabytes) and also supports individual files having large sizes.|
|Here files are stored on a single machine.||Here, the files are stored over multiple machines.|
|It does not provide Data Reliability||It provides Datta Reliability.|
|If multiple clients are accessing the data at the same time, it can cause a server overload.||HDFS takes care of server overload very smoothly, and multiple access does not amount to server overload.|
BY Best Interview Question ON 02 Jun 2020