Aaron Dailey wrote:
> 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
>>
>>     
>
SCSA layer means that there will be no difference that is local (ATA, 
SAS, SATA, SCSI) or remote (HBA) disks ?

Regards,
Maciej

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