[Users] Host Network QoS feature
lvernia at redhat.com
Mon Nov 25 09:48:32 UTC 2013
Thanks for your input, see response below.
On 25/11/13 10:59, Sven Kieske wrote:
> I have two thoughts on QoS:
> First: You mention just QoS for VMs, Hosts and in the future DCs, what
> about Cluster level QoS?
Good point. Cluster level would be similar in implementation to DC level
(and might be as useful), the point being that both are relatively
complex and out of the scope of this current feature. I'll update the
feature page to mention the cluster level as well.
> Second: It would also be very useful to track some statistics, like
> traffic consumed per vm / host, e.g. for accounting, maybe the
> ceilometer project from openstack could provide some of this
It might be useful to integrate with Ceilometer, oVirt will definitely
try to leverage OpenStack wherever possible. Specifically for the
billing use case (which relates more to VM QoS than to host QoS), maybe
someone who knows more about SLA than me would care to comment.
> What do you think?
> Am 25.11.2013 07:43, schrieb Lior Vernia:
>> Hello everybody,
>> One of the upcoming network features for oVirt 3.4 is Host Network QoS,
>> i.e. being to configure Quality of Service over networks attached to
>> hosts' interfaces. The primary motivation is to be able to cap traffic
>> related to specific networks, so that other networks residing on the
>> same interface could function. The feature pages are up and I would like
>> to open the discussion over them.
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