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Re: [Linux-cluster] EMC vs HP EVA



Hi JuanRa, 

for the moment I´m planning to use 2 nodes in the cluster. 

I don´t want to use fiber to avoid buying a fiber switch. I´m going to use iSCSI over ethernet with TOE support. 

I´ll take a look at the SAS DAS that you told me, 

Thanks for your answer

ESG

2009/7/15 Juan Ramon Martin Blanco <robejrm gmail com>


On Wed, Jul 15, 2009 at 9:00 AM, ESGLinux <esggrupos gmail com> wrote:
Hi folks, 

Finally, I´m decided to by a shared storage to use it for clustering.

I have seen in the web that this two solutions are well considered, so my question is for all of you that have experience with them.

Which in your opinion is best? any web that makes an imparcial comparation between them?

The final solution is for a medium size company, so the price is also a factor.
How many machines are you planning to form the cluster? If you are planning to use 3 machines I recommend you some SAS DAS from IBM or SUN, are much cheaper than EVA or  EMC. Even any of the fiber equivalents of them with a fiber switch can be cheaper than the lasts (in case you are planning to connect more than 3 machines to the cluster).

Regards,
Juanra

Thanks for your help, 

ESG

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