I use Intel cards, since 3Com cards had once locked up
the LVS box during stress tests. Never had that problem
with Intel cards.
At 08:20 PM 12/26/00 +0000, Lorn Kay wrote:
>3com and Intel cards are a good choice. I am using both in production.
>See their web sites for the latest Linux driver modules which you can
>download, compile and load into your system (on Red Hat via /etc/conf.modules
>>From: Florin Andrei
>>To: LVS users
>>Subject: reccomended NIC
>>Date: Tue, 26 Dec 2000 10:37:08 -0800 (PST)
>>I did some research on the mailing list archive, but i
>>was unable to find a match for this problem...
>>I understand that system latency is a critical
>>parameter for LVS. So, a fast network interface card
>>(NIC) might be an advantage for the balancer box.
>>What NICs do you reccomend for using in a LVS
>>balancer, on Intel architecture?
>>Is there an FAQ for LVS? I think this question is a
>>typical FAQ entry...
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