Hello, another guy with what appears to be the same problem...
PS: Uwe I’m ccing you.
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> On 29 Jan 2019, at 13:57, John Florian wrote:
> Okay, both the BZ and ML posts are interesting and helpful. I'm kind of
Okay, both the BZ and ML posts are interesting and helpful. I'm kind of
surprised there seems to be so much trouble and confusion for what I
would have thought to be a very common setup. Are most people using
I think this gives me what I need for my next stab at doing this
Am Montag, den 21.01.2019, 06:43 +0100 schrieb Uwe Laverenz:
> I will post a bonnie++ result later. If you need more details please
Attached are the results of the smallest setup (my home lab): storage
server is a HP N40L with 16GB RAM, 4x2TB WD RE as RAID10, CentOS 7 with
LIO as iSCSI
Hello people, in the past Maor Lipchuk (from RH) tried very hard to help me and
Uwe but we was unable to converge on the solution.
This was discussed a year ago and on my understanding it still and oVirt bug.
As today, if you simple “DuckDuckGo” for “ovirt iscsi multipath not working”
I'm not familiar with network construction, so I guess I'm not the right
address for that :)
On Mon, Jan 21, 2019, 09:22 Eitan Raviv Shani,
> Can you help here with iSCSI bonding?
> On Mon, Jan 21, 2019 at 7:51 AM Uwe Laverenz wrote:
> > Hi John,
Can you help here with iSCSI bonding?
On Mon, Jan 21, 2019 at 7:51 AM Uwe Laverenz wrote:
> Hi John,
> Am 20.01.19 um 18:32 schrieb John Florian:
> > As for how to get there, whatever exactly that might look like, I'm also
> > having troubles figuring that out. I figured I
Am 20.01.19 um 18:32 schrieb John Florian:
As for how to get there, whatever exactly that might look like, I'm also
having troubles figuring that out. I figured I would transform the
setup described below into one where each host has:
* 2 NICs bonded with LACP for my ovirtmgmt
So just to make sure I follow:
* I will want a distinct VLAN and IP address for each NIC acting as an
* In the middle the switch would be configured as basic access ports
without any LACP.
* Do I want the same for the target? The QNAP docs say that for MPIO
MPIO by concept is when you have two dedicated paths for iSCSI.
So you don’t put iSCSI inside LACP, because it won’t do the MPIO magic. Since
it’s the same path with a single IP.
The right approach is two subjects, completely segregated without routing. You
can use the same switch, it will not
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