SV: SV: Question:PE2650 2xgbit ether
colbey at dreamwerx.net
Thu Mar 20 12:37:01 CST 2003
iAS.. ok.. As for how much network traffic the redundancy of the boxes
will use up.. I'm not exaclty sure .. I've cc'd the message to the dell
list as I'm sure someone more experienced with that may be able to
As for network config.. you can either go with the 1 port to 2 different
switches.. for redundancy.. or link the boxes together with 1 port
creating a private communications network between them, dedicated to
server to server traffic..
Hopefully someone else on the list has done a similar setup.. I have not
On Thu, 20 Mar 2003, Christoffer Krzywinski wrote:
> The servers are meant to be running iAS oracle 902
> How much speed do we loose in a redundancy config?
> Redundancy is important since each port go to different switches for
> -----Opprinnelig melding-----
> Fra: colbey at dreamwerx.net [mailto:colbey at dreamwerx.net]
> Sendt: 20. mars 2003 18:51
> Til: Christoffer Krzywinski
> Emne: Re: SV: Question:PE2650 2xgbit ether
> the use of the servers.. such as webservers, database, fileservers.. and
> then what is more important to you.. speed, redundancy, etc..
> On Thu, 20 Mar 2003, Christoffer Krzywinski wrote:
> > What kind of info?
> > -----Opprinnelig melding-----
> > Fra: colbey at dreamwerx.net [mailto:colbey at dreamwerx.net]
> > Sendt: 20. mars 2003 18:02
> > Til: Christoffer Krzywinski
> > Kopi: linux-poweredge at dell.com
> > Emne: Re: Question:PE2650 2xgbit ether
> > Depends on the purpose?
> > Do you need max thruput? It may be possible (not sure) to channel the
> > 2 port together.. Or failover as you mention to the same/different
> > switches for redundancy..
> > We need more info to make a good suggestion..
> > On Thu, 20 Mar 2003, Christoffer Krzywinski wrote:
> > > Cheers
> > > Have a stack of servers (PE2650) with dual eth. Gbit
> > > - wonder how I should config them, network wise
> > >
> > > Are there any possibilities for some sort of failover between the
> > > two ports, or do I have to assign eth0 and eth1 with separate IP's
> > >
> > > Any suggestions or ideas?
> > >
> > >
> > > -StoFfer
> > >
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