On Wed, 30 Jun 2004 11:16:02 -0700, Jay Tortorelli
<[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> I'll chime in a say that I have had great success setting up
> Qmail/Vpopmail/etc that stores on an nfs mount from a two machine mirror
> using drbd/heartbeat to provide mirroring and failover.
> Using commodity hardware, it really does save you a lot of money over
> the Netapps with clustering and I wouldn't even consider it a
> gamble...just based on my experiences.
I played with drbd when it was first being developed but haven't
touched it since. I am just curious if have any statistics on the max
and average NFS operations per second your drbd/nfs host is doing?
At a previous job we had NetApp 840 Filers and were doing 35k nfs
op/sec on average with spikes to 60k.