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Re: [K12OSN] Most number of clients connected to one server



Dual 2.4 GHz, dual core Opteron, 8 GB RAM, 3 320 GB SCSI drives
(hardware raid 5), x6 Gb NICs (4 bonded to serve LTSP to clients, 1 to
Internet access, 1 to NFS server for /home) = 121 simultaneous connected
thin clients.
On Sun, 2008-06-08 at 10:58 -0500, Barry R Cisna wrote:
> Howdy List,
> 
> Could people post here what the maximum number of clients they have , or
> have tried to connect to one k12ltsp server? Not necessarily number of
> concurrent connections but numbers of clients per server. Please post
> your server specs, switch setups, brands maybe, as well. I would guess
> people here would like to see some real world k12ltsp client to server
> possibilities. Most we have is 40 per server, but our servers are lowly
> 2.4 ghz processor 3-4gb ram,but seem to work well this way. Never really
> tried to monitor the most concurrent connected clients. Thanks
> 
> Barry Cisna
> 
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