DELL RDAC MULTIPATH DRIVER

Sign up using Email and Password. I’m desperately trying to improve performance of my SAN connection. Is this an intended behavior or do I need to troubleshoot further? Tobias Kreidl on Oct 24, Robert, With the XenServer connection and an active-active bond to your MD array, each VM will pick a preferred path and latch onto it. Please sign in to comment You will be able to leave a comment after signing in Sign In Now.

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Robert, With the XenServer connection and an active-active bond to your MD array, each VM will pick a preferred path and latch onto it.

Note, I haven’t used MD yet, but the statement is true for and series, and I doubt anything changed except for some extra specs like the switch to 10GigE. I followed the process in the previous post to connect the Xen servers.

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I’d use pico or nano or some Linux editor mlutipath Windows files tend to have deviant termination characters unliked by Linux.

Mark this reply as best answer, if it answered your question. If not, then I don;t believe you’ll get that benefit of multiple active paths. Upvote if you found this answer helpful or interesting.

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Is there some way, maybe in the multipath. Used to use fiber channel more, bit have converted over to iSCSI over the last couple of years. I am relatively new to Xen as I have been using mainly Hyper-v.

[dm-devel] Multipath setup and rdac questions

Any further ideas are appreciated. Answered MDi multipathing and preferred paths Asked by maxeler. The basic process we use is: Or if the utility exists on XenServer, there may be a dos2unix command Did you check if the multipath daemon is running properly do a “ps -ed grep multip” and you should see a task running or “service multipathd status” should say it is running?

I’m not sure if that’s an issue or not In the original post, they made error with same logical network on both ports on controller: For each host under the “Network” tab, choose “Properties” and under “Network Settings” for each of the two networks, uncheck the box “Automatically add this network to new virtual machines”.

Re: [dm-devel] Multipath setup and rdac questions

By using our site, you acknowledge that you have read and understand our Cookie PolicyPrivacy Policyand our Terms of Service. I connected to that Reac Server using Filezilla and pulled over the multipath.

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We do still have some within our department, but not active in my particular area. Tobias Kreidl on Oct 24, I am not sure I understand your answer. We are working on a fix. I’m desperately trying to improve performance of my SAN connection.

[dm-devel] Multipath setup and rdac questions

Share this post Link to post. I have 2 hosts Is this an invented behavior?

An exception would be something like an LAC bond, which should provide an aggregated throughput, but I’m frankly not sure how it divides up the packets under those circumstances — in other words, if it sticks to one NIC and starts using another of it needs extra bandwidth, or if it just multiplexes multipahh NICs for packets by default.

Sign up using Email and Password. So, any given VM will just use one of the NICs, but if you have number of VMs connecting to that storage device, they will be spread over the NICs so that you will get traffic through both. Sign In feature is currently unavailable and you will not be able to post new content.