[ovirt-users] Hardware setup
Bryan.Sockel at altn.com
Fri Sep 9 16:04:32 UTC 2016
>From what i have read gluster does not need a whole lot of processing power,
correct? Should a single CPU multi core proc be able to handle the load of
Currently we are on an old EMC NAS device for our vm infrastructure and
would like to find a low cost solution to move to.
From: Fernando Fuentes <ffuentes at darktcp.net>
To: Bryan Sockel <Bryan.Sockel at altn.com>, users <users at ovirt.org>
Date: Fri, 09 Sep 2016 10:43:46 -0500
Subject: Re: [ovirt-users] Hardware setup
Just my opinion but I would separate storage away from your compute nodes.
ffuentes at txweather.org
On Fri, Sep 9, 2016, at 10:28 AM, Bryan Sockel wrote:
I am looking to put together a configuration setup for a new install and was
wondering if it is ok for have both gluster and ovirt running on the same
systems, or if it was better to separate my storage on to anther platform?
I am currently looking into 3 servers with 196 GB Ram, dual 6 core proc's on
each server. Gluster would be installed on each server with a 3 way
replica, ovirt would be running as an appliance and each node would be part
of the ovirt cluster.
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