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From bruc...@v365.com.au
Subject Re: Primary Storage
Date Tue, 23 Oct 2012 07:13:50 GMT
  

Hi Bryan

what kind of speed are you getting with IPOIB? to via GFS
to ZFS.
QDR or DDR? 2044MTU or 64000 ?

What speeds do you get with ZFS,
what sort of ZFS volume do you have? how many discs?

Cheers
Bruce M

On
23.10.2012 14:53, Bryan Whitehead wrote:
>> yes we had the same prob on
GFS 3.3 on Ubuntu 10.04 using SRP
>> we could not get SRP to work well,
very inconstant, always drops or
>> fails. Even IPOIB was faulty. we
also tried 12.04, same deal.
> 
> I currently run glusterfs on IPoIB
using CentOS 6.3 using XFS as the
> native storage (as recommended by
RedHat).
> 
> It is very fault tolerant using the sharedmountpoint
option across all
> my nodes in a zone. Migrations are instantaneous and
I've not had any
> problems so far.
> 
> To be honest my biggest worry
is when I'll need to update from
> cloudstack 3.0.2 -> cloudstack 4.x
once it drops.
> 
> -Bryan

 
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