[Lustre-discuss] split OSTs from single OSS in 2 networks
cai at sdsc.edu
Fri Jan 21 09:32:12 PST 2011
It does look exactly what I need. Thanks Aurllien.
From bugzilla, the patch has been checked in to 1.8. Could someone please
point me to the source location? Is it in 1.8.5 - don't believe so,
but I thought I would check. If not, would it be in later release of 1.8?
On Thu, 20 Jan 2011, DEGREMONT Aurelien wrote:
> If you want to register different interfaces for different OST on the
> same OSS, you should use --network options, introduced in patch
> Haisong Cai a écrit :
> > I have a storage server that has two QPI contolllers,
> > each controller contols half of the I/O slots. In the first half is
> > a raid controller and 10GbE card, in the second half is a raid controller
> > and a 10GbE card.
> > 4 raid arrays for 4 OSTs of single Lustre filesystem.
> > 2 10GbE, each configured with their own IP and switches,
> > IPSUBNET1 and IPSUBNET2.
> > I want to register OSTs on this OSS with different addresses.
> > That is, OST1 & OST2 in IPSUBNET1, OST3 & OST4 in IPSUBNET2,
> > and using "policy-based" routing directing traffic.
> > The idea is to not do the bonding and get as much of bandwidth
> > out of 10GbE NICs as possible.
> > Is it possible?
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