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10 gigabit ethernet

On Fri, 28 Jan 2011, Edward Ned Harvey wrote:

>> From: discuss-bounces-mNDKBlG2WHs at [mailto:discuss-bounces-mNDKBlG2WHs at] On Behalf
>> Of Bill Bogstad
>>>> We understand that "ganging" several 1 gig ethernet ports won't speed
>> up a
>>>> single connection, only allow multiple 1 gig connections. That won't
> help
>>>> us, since we typically would only have one (large) file open on the
>>>> server.
> Besides LACP, which behaves as described...

I also found this:

which seems to contradict you (see balance-rr). And this:

which sort of reconciles the two views - it seems that balance-rr works, 
but not very well for TCP. We might try it anyway.


> I really know almost nothing about this.  But these google terms might be
> useful...  ecmp, lbmp, comstar multipath,

These are for iSCSI SANs, not a direction we want to go.

Daniel Feenberg

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