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RPS SLA/noSLA 192 195 196 199


Bruno
15-04-2008, 00:16
Quote Originally Posted by Andy
Add lagge of 100ms. That's all. In the SLA fashion, there
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10ms now.

Andy
14-04-2008, 21:43
Hello,
It has just finished setting up and SLA on noSLA
ISCSI servers of RPS. We have some noSLA
Customers whose use of the disks was very important.
This happened in the case of servers to exchange files
Which made many simulatanées connection on servers
ISCSI.

Now, if the customer uses the very way discs
It switches to intense noSLA (the transition is still manual).

What does it mean SLA / noSLA?
--------------------------------------
In noSLA mode, we put the delay in the reponses
ISCSI server. Instead of answering immediately, we
Add lagge of 100ms. That's all. In the SLA fashion, there
Not a delay at all.

We have added the option on networks 192/195 and 196/199.
The functioning of all RPS, and noSLA ALS is not
Bad at all (to my taste). But I would like to have your
Feedback (from 21:00 today).

Yours
Octave

oles@ovh.net
14-04-2008, 21:20
Hello,

We have just finished the setting up of SLA and noSLA on the ISCSI servers of RPS. We have switched some of our customers to noSLA, whose use of the disks was very important. This happened in the case of exchange file servers, which made many simultaneous connections on ISCSI servers.

Now, if the customer uses the discs in a very intensive way, the customer will be switched to noSLA (the transition is still manual).

What does it mean SLA / noSLA?
--------------------------------------

In noSLA mode, we put a delay in the reponses of ISCSI server. Instead of answering immediately, we add 10ms of lag. That's all. In the SLA mode, there is no delay at all.

We have added the option on 192/195 and 196/199 networks. The functioning of all RPS, noSLA and SLA, is not bad at all (to my taste). But I would like to have your Feedback (from 9pm today).

Regards,

Octave