Steffen Weiberle wrote: > Maciej Browarski wrote: >> Steffen Weiberle napisa?(a): >>> Maciej Browarski wrote: >>> >>>> Hi, >>>> I wonder, that is any chance to limit I/O disks or net operations per >>>> zone? >>>> >>> While not directly configured per zone, Network Virtualization and >>> Resource Control, project Crossbow, went into beta yesterday. >>> >>> http://opensolaris.org/os/project/crossbow/ >>> >>> You can configure flows per IP address, which could be the IP address >>> assigned to a zone. Or with VNICs, you can limit bandwidth on the >>> VNIC(s) assigned to an exclusive IP Instance zone. >>> >>> Steffen >>> >>> >> Ok, Thanks for the reply. Crossbow helps for network traffic but what >> with I/O disk ? > > *I* don't know of any disk I/O bandwidth management in Solaris.
My group has talked about I/O bandwidth management. The conversation started due to NPIV (NPort ID Virtualization), a technology for virtualizing Fibrechannel, and sharing a physical fibrechannel hba. But, we'd probably implement it generically, logically at the SCSA layer. > > Steffen > >> Regards, >> Maciej > > _______________________________________________ > zones-discuss mailing list > email@example.com _______________________________________________ zones-discuss mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org