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RE: [Linux-cluster] CS5 : limit for number of nodes in cluster



16 nodes here (CentOS 5.2).  No problems relating to cluster size.

Invest in your network--you won't regret it.  We've repeatedly found
RHCS is only as good as the network connecting it.  We currently have
Juniper EX-series switches connected to multiple interfaces on each
node.  The physical interfaces are bonded in active-passive mode.  We're
considering active-active (LACP).  What have others done?

-Jeff

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	From: linux-cluster-bounces redhat com
[mailto:linux-cluster-bounces redhat com] On Behalf Of Alain.Moulle
	Sent: Friday, March 13, 2009 6:21 AM
	To: linux-cluster redhat com
	Subject: [Linux-cluster] CS5 : limit for number of nodes in
cluster
	
	
	Hi ,
	
	it seems that the CS5 supports up to 128 nodes ...
	(whereas it was 8 with CS3 and CS4 ? )
	
	did some of you have tested at least the CS5 with more than 10
nodes ?
	
	does it reveal any big problem or restriction to have big
clusters with CS5 ?
	
	Thanks
	Regards
	Alain
	




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