[OmniOS-discuss] OmniOS based redundant NFS
apenner.it at gmail.com
Thu Sep 28 07:25:15 UTC 2017
My be following information will be useful for you.
We use solaris as HA NAS in following configuration:
DATA_DISKS: HUC101818CS4204 / HUH728080AL5204
SLOG: PX04SHB020 / PX05SMB040 / HUSMH8020BSS204 (PX04SHB020 has best
L2ARC: HUSMH8080BSS204 / PX05SMB080
2 x Cisco UCS 240M4 ( 2 x E5-2697A, 768gb ram, 3 local hard disk for OS, 2
x UCSC-SAS9300-8E, 2 x Intel X520 Dual Port 10Gb SFP+ Adapter)
216BE2C-R741JBOD - for SFF disks
SC847E2C-R1K28JBOD - for LFF disks
We have two HA variant:
1) Solaris 11.3 + Solaris Cluster 4.3 (for VMware)
2) OmniOS + RSF-1 (as Cinder for Openstack)
If you need some additional info, I'll be glad to share any information
that I have.
ср, 27 сент. 2017 г. в 22:39, sergey ivanov <sergey57 at gmail.com>:
> as end-of-life of r151014 approaches, we are planning upgrade for our
> NFS servers.
> I'm thinking about 2 servers providing ISCSI targets, and 2 another
> OmniOS servers using these ISCSI block devices in mirrored ZPOOL
> setup. IP address for NFS service can be a floating IP between those 2
> I have the following questions:
> 1. Are there any advantages to have separate ISCSI target servers and
> NFS servers or I should better combine one ISCSI target and NFS
> server on each of 2 hosts?
> 2. I do not want snapshots, checksums, and other ZFS features for
> block devices at the level where they are exported as ISCSI targets, -
> I would prefer these features at the level where these block devices
> are combined into mirror Zpools. Maybe it's better to have these ISCSI
> target servers running some not so advanced OS and have 2 Linux boxes?
> 3. But if I have SSD for intent log and for cache, - maybe they can
> improve performance for ZVOLs used as block devices for ISCSI targets?
> Does anybody have experience setting up such redundant NFS servers?
> Sergey Ivanov
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