Running a VSAN PoC – Customer reactions – vNinja.net. I recently set up a VMware Virtual SAN 6.1 Proof-of-Concept for a customer, configuring a 3-node cluster based on the following setup: Hardware: HP ProLiant DL380 G92 x Intel Xeon E5-2680 @ 2.50Ghz w/12 Cores392 GB RAM1 x Intel DC 3700 800GB NVMe6 x Intel DC S3610 1.6TB SSDHP FlexFabric 556FLR-SFP+ 10GBe NICs Virtual SAN Setup: Since this was a simple PoC setup, the VSAN was configured with 1 disk group pr host with all 6 Intel DC S3610 drives used as the capacity layer, and the Intel DC P3700 NVMe cards set up as the cache.
This gives a total of 21.61TB of usable space for VSAN across the cluster. Table Of Contents. I know everyone hates ads.
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We use storm control to rate limit layer 2 traffic, this helps us prevent a subnet from being flooded with broadcasts, multicasts which would adversely affect the performance of the entire subnet. Storm Control can only be configured on physical interfaces and will not work on subinterfaces, or an LACP/PAGP interface. Configuration The first command shown limits the broadcast to 200pps, and if this limit is reached will not forward any more broadcasts until this is reduced to 150pps (config-if)#storm-control broadcast level pps 200 150 In the final example unicast is limited to 80% of the interface bandwidth but a second value is not specified, this causes all unicast to be forwarded up to 80% of the bandwidth and it does not force the traffic to wait until it drops below a second level (config-if)#storm-control unicast level 80.
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