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The CoStore cluster architecture is proposed to construct a reliable and highly available storage system. A prototype CoStore was implemented and its performance was measured with the cluster being mirrored in various network environments. The preliminary results demonstrate that there is little impact on performance if the cluster is mirrored in efficient campus network environments with high bandwidth and low latency. As a result the CoStore architecture considerably reinforces a storage system's preparedness for disaster recovery without sacrificing performance.