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Proxmox Network Slow after migration ( windows )


yonatan
19-09-2010, 17:24
Quote Originally Posted by Myatu
Do tell! Was it the driver?
Well Felix Approved it , and it will be a part of the proxmox 1.6 install for servers with 10Gb intel cards from now on

Myatu
19-09-2010, 13:31
Quote Originally Posted by yonatan
a dirty hack fixed this issue
Do tell! Was it the driver?

yonatan
19-09-2010, 02:19
a dirty hack fixed this issue, i am waiting for approval from the OVH team that this would be the final solution for now until an official fix will be introduced.

yonatan
18-09-2010, 23:28
seems to be its a problem with OpenVZ + the intel 10Gbit cards ...

yonatan
16-09-2010, 21:31
right , that proof server is actually in the same rack as my machine ( HG ) ,

the windows issue was fixed by upgrading to the latest kernel ( thanks to Felix from OVH support for this!! ).

the openVZ issue ... ouch, still no luck ... for now sticking to KVM.

tried changing the TCPbuffer values, and multiple templates.. still no luck...

Myatu
16-09-2010, 19:38
"application/x-ns-proxy-autoconfig" Hrrmmm? - Got Squid sitting in between or something?

DigitalDaz
16-09-2010, 19:35
Wonder why they report different file sizes ?

DigitalDaz
16-09-2010, 19:34
Just tried it from one of my kimsufi proxmox VM's, no problem:

root@vps1:~# wget -O /dev/null http://proof.ovh.net/10Gb.dat
--2010-09-16 18:32:37-- http://proof.ovh.net/10Gb.dat
Resolving proof.ovh.net... 188.165.12.106
Connecting to proof.ovh.net|188.165.12.106|:80... connected.
HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 200 OK
Length: 1250000000 (1.2G) [application/octet-stream]
Saving to: `/dev/null'

4% [> ] 54,083,937 11.2M/s eta 1m 42s

yonatan
16-09-2010, 14:33
hey,
anyone has a clue how to fix this issue?
http://demo.ovh.net/en/d7f7ccc72357a...19d149ef9e083/


ill explain the steps i have taken:

1. running a vm on the MG server, everybody happy great speeds ( maxed out the 1gbit ).

2. i want a better server, so .. i pick up an HG go ahead and migrate my
windows VM...

3. poof bad bad speeds... no idea why.


things i have checked and did not help:

Host-Only mode
bridged network mode
realtek NIC
intel NIC + latest drivers
create a fresh VM and install windows again.

so.. what would it be?


^^^
this was fixed - the solution is to upgrade to the latest PVE Kernel available from the test branch ( as for writing this post ).

thanks to Felix from OVH Team!




same issue on openVZ box:

Code:
~ # wget -O /dev/null http://proof.ovh.net/10Gb.dat
--2010-09-16 17:34:55--  http://proof.ovh.net/10Gb.dat
Resolving proof.ovh.net... 188.165.12.106
Connecting to proof.ovh.net|188.165.12.106|:80... connected.
HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 200 OK
Length: 10000000000 (9.3G) [application/x-ns-proxy-autoconfig]
Saving to: `/dev/null'

 0% [                                                    ] 434,078     55.8K/s  eta 2d 53h
but the hardware node?

Great!
Code:
:~# wget -O /dev/null http://proof.ovh.net/10Gb.dat
--2010-09-16 15:35:54--  http://proof.ovh.net/10Gb.dat
Resolving proof.ovh.net... 188.165.12.106
Connecting to proof.ovh.net|188.165.12.106|:80... connected.
HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 200 OK
Length: 10000000000 (9.3G) [application/x-ns-proxy-autoconfig]
Saving to: `/dev/null'

36% [=================>                                ] 3,695,733,430  457M/s  eta 14s

OVH Team : ticket #543454