if you've got 2200 ips internally and only 600 externally, I cannot
help but think to myself:
"you're doing it wrong"
I think you've been convinced to do something fundamentally broken and
it needs to be
fixed at the lower level before you proceed... unless there's some
other piece of data here
that I'm not aware of.
On Apr 20, 2009, at 4:57 AM, timo.schoeler@xxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
>> we have a similar setup, but we use multiple ipvs + ldirector setups
>> for this, where the most bandwidth we push through any given pair is
>> ~500 mbit or so of sustained traffic.
> that sounds equal. nice.
>> the way I see it, if you've got 2200 machines, you can afford to have
>> multiple gateways into your network...
> we do have them; it's not 2,200 _physical_ machinesm, btw, it's
> 2,200 IPs.
>> that or you've done something completely wrong and have far too much
>> hardware for far too little traffic / processing
> not really; we're going to replace existing load balancers, hence
> the setup.
>> Geoff Harrison
>> Chief Architect
>> The Hive
>> (617) 301-6200
>> On Apr 17, 2009, at 4:41 AM, Timo Schoeler wrote:
>>> Hello list,
>>> it seems that the first issue I had with ldirectord  is mostly
>>> solved; that given, I'm about to deploy another LVS box in a
>>> environment. I did read the 'what is the max throughput LVS can
>>> and max number of concurrent connection?' thread, but that's LVS,
>>> That raises the question for me if anybody has a similar (or even
>>> bigger) setup in production.
>>> To give a few numbers: Virtual IPs will be about 600, real servers
>>> almost 2200. Services should be tested every 2 or 5 seconds.
>>> Any takers?
>>> Thanks in advance,
>>>  -- http://tinyurl.com/cz76dl
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