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Re: [Linux-cluster] Did you use GFS with witch technology?



The tick divider first showed up in RHEL 5.1. It is a kernel command line option. Search for 'divider' in the release notes (http://www.redhat.com/docs/manuals/enterprise/RHEL-5-manual/release-notes/RELEASE-NOTES-U1-x86-en.html).

Multicast works fine for me. I have 4 virtual and 1 physical members in my gfs cluster. The VMs are split onto two ESX nodes (along with 20+ other VMs). The physical/virtual ethernet switching works fine. But I did make sure the GFS VMs are using the vmxnet driver, as it has a lower latency than the other virtual nic driver. My gfs volumes consist of about 14TB of 4Gbps FC SAN LUNS.

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Tiago Cruz wrote:
Hello Andrew! Many thanks for your reply!

It's very good to see an environment like my!

I'm using RHEL 5.2 with kernel-2.6.18-92.1.22.el5... can you explain a
little bit around this trick divider?

I'm usually have 2-3 IBM x3850 (16 cores CPU and 128 GB RAM) with 10-15
virtual machines running under GFS, with a LUN ~500 GB SAN.

My problem happens when Multicast:

	Switch -> GFS -> Switch = OK
	vSwitch (Box_A) -> Switch-> vSwitch (Box_B) = NOK

Did you have some problem with? If I put all VMs inside the same box
(vSwitch Box_A -> vSwitch Box_A) I don't have any problem...

Thanks a lot!



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