Re: [ovirt-users] 1. Re: ??: bond mode balance-alb (Jorick Astrego)

2014-12-31 Thread Christopher Young
I'm a little confused by your explanation of 'just do the bonding at the guest level'. I apologize for my ignorance here, but I'm trying to prepare myself for a similar configuration where I'm going to need to get all much bandwidth out of the bond as possible. How would bonding multiple

[ovirt-users] 1. Re: ??: bond mode balance-alb (Jorick Astrego)

2014-12-30 Thread Nikolai Sednev
Mode 2 will do the job the best way for you in case of static LAG supported only at the switch's side, I'd advise using of xmit_hash_policy layer3+4, so you'll get better distribution for your DC. Thanks in advance. Best regards, Nikolai Nikolai Sednev Senior

Re: [ovirt-users] 1. Re: ??: bond mode balance-alb (Jorick Astrego)

2014-12-30 Thread Blaster
Thanks for your thoughts. The problem is, most of the data is transmitted from a couple apps to a couple systems. The chance of a hash collision (i.e., most of the data going out the same interface anyway) is quite high. On Solaris, I just created two physical interfaces each with their own