[Gluster-users] Bonded Gigabit
adrian.revill at shazamteam.com
Tue Jan 5 15:45:32 UTC 2010
That sounds OK
So if I have a client on server A and I write a file on server A, would
the file be copied to server B, C and D all at the same time, or will
the file be first copped to server B then coied to C and D in turn?
Vikas Gorur wrote:
> Adrian Revill wrote:
>> I am looking at which is the best bonding mode for giagbit links for
>> the servers. I have a choice of using the 802.3ad (mode4) or
>> bonding-rr (mode0)
>> I would prefer to use mode4 but this will only give a single TCP
>> connection 1Gbit of bandwidth, where mode0 will give multi Gbit of
>> band width to a single TCP connection.
>> My question is, If i have 4 mirrored servers. when a AFR replicates
>> data between servers, does it run multiple TCP connections
>> concurrently to copy the data to all 4 servers at once, or does it do
>> each server in turn.
> There are two TCP connections (one for 'fast' calls and one for 'slow'
> calls) between a protocol/client and a protocol/server volume. So if
> AFR had 4 protocol/clients as children, it would have 8 TCP connections.
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