Sorry for my Swenglish :)
We are using Gb- Ethernet and the backend servers delivers 2Gb/s to the clients.
I have two DL360:s with 2GB of memory each as lvs-machines.
I have deployed it at a customer sight which offers ftp,http and rsyc services.
They calculated that they will need 2^21 entries in the hash if it is supported.
From: Roberto Nibali [mailto:ratz@xxxxxx]
Sent: den 17 februari 2003 11:20
Subject: Re: SV: Set hashtable size in ip_vs.h?
Jernberg, Bernt wrote:
> If this apply for 2Gb/s?
I'm not entirely sure if I understand this question? Do you want to know if
increasing the hash table size is going to make a difference in lookup speed
when 2Gbit/s of incoming valid traffic (means every packet matches a template
entry) hits your director?
I would worry more about the amount of RAM you put into your box to be able to
sustain this rate? May I ask if you plan on deploying it and if so, how is your
Roberto Nibali, ratz
echo '[q]sa[ln0=aln256%Pln256/snlbx]sb3135071790101768542287578439snlbxq' | dc
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