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Re: [K12OSN] App Server (Was: I need to make Flash work faster....wannapitch)



tor, 13 01 2005 kl. 09:48 -0800, skrev Huck:
> 
> Jim Kronebusch wrote:
> 
> > Look into using Intel Pro NIC's and adaptor teaming. Whether you are
> >
> >using 1GB or 100MB NIC's this should be helpful in releaving future
> >network bottlenecks to the server.  I run on my server Intel Pro 1000's
> >with ALB teaming if at all possible.  It will take a little messing
> >around the first time to figure out the process but isn't too bad after
> >that.  As far as I know the amount of NIC's you can team is endless
> >(limited of course only by PCI slots and common sense).\
> >
> 
> Jim,
> 
> This 'adaptor teamin'...this is like the 'nic bonding' Gavin refers to 
> on his site?
> And if so...does this mean...I could have say 4 Gig-E nics ... all 
> plugged into seperate
> switches, but doing the same job as eth0 on the K12LTSP server so that 
> each lab has it's
> own ~1GB bandwidth?  then my limits would be based on my RAM and CPU 
> basically.
> 
No you will have to plug all four nics to the same switch and it has to support bonding/trunking..

> --Huck
Jesper
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