OLYMPIC CRUSH UPDATE: Ryan Lochte and Blake Lively

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Ryan Lochte got the gold but he missed out on the girl.

The Olympic swimmer publicly declared his crush on Blake Lively just last week.

But that was before Blake Lively wed Ryan Reynolds in a surprise South Carolina ceremony Sunday.

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“I just heard about the wedding,” Lochte said. “I didn’t even know she had a boyfriend until someone told me after I said I had a crush on her.”

Not that the single athlete has any hard feelings towards Reynolds for taking Lively off the market.

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“That’s great for them,” he said. “I just want to congratulate them and wish them the best.”

“I met Paris Hilton at a cocktail party last week,” Lochte said of his New York Fashion Week rendezvous. “I got to hang out with her. She’s a really sweet girl. Very attractive, I must say.”

Controlled Replication Under Scalable Hashing

What is CRUSH?

CRUSH stands for “Controlled Replication Under Scalable Hashing” and It is the algorithm in charge of placing data at every disk’s device of the cluster

CRUSH distributes data evenly across available object storage devices in what is often described as a pseudo-random manner. CRUSH’s settings are defined through a compiled map called a CRUSH map. The map, which can be customized by the storage administrator, informs the cluster about the layout and capacity of nodes in the storage network and specifies how redundancy should be managed.

CRUSH replicates data in multiple locations and fault domains. So when a disk fails, CRUSH replicates data across available OSDs. There is no need for RAID, which typically just adds to the hardware cost. – See more at: http://www.inktank.com/ceph/ceph-the-crush-difference/#sthash.jXB6B0Qw.dpuf