We've just ordered 4 servers and a gigabit switch to try and do exctly
this kind of testing.
If anyone has sugestions about a good/simple way of generating the
load and graphing it that would be appreciated.
We did use Avalanche/reflector setup a while back on LVS with a 2.8GHz
Celeron and we got:
840MB throughput on large packets
50,000 TPS on small packets
It was using a small amount of keepalive (we were mimicking a
documented coyote point/F5 test).
On 26 January 2011 00:13, Simon Horman <horms@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> On Tue, Jan 25, 2011 at 05:51:21PM +0000, Malcolm Turnbull wrote:
> > Micah,
> > No one seems to have answered this so I'll go with:
> > "Saturating a gigabit pipe is pretty easy for any recent
> > CPU/Motherboard when in DR mode."
> > So I don't see you hitting any problems.
> I am also not aware of any recent numbers.
> But it would be nice if we could get some numbers, somehow.
> Perhaps someone could donate some time and/or time on some equipment
> to come up with some numbers.
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