Note: "permalinks" may not be as permanent as we would like,
direct links of old sources may well be a few messages off.
On 09/02/15 01:03 PM, Patrick Prilisauer wrote: > Hey,.. well I know many shortcuts ;-P SLES, RHEL aka EL,etc... so > XENserver "must" be fine too. > > My goal is to have: > > a Server for KVM hosting... Mail server (Open change + Cyrus + > postfix,...) Fileserver, AD DC using Samba 4, > > and some more services... > > If you Ask yourself why I try to do this using an Atom 2750 8 Core ad 16 > GB on Standard Sata disks I can answer it easily. I have to serve this > services for 5 User and I do not have to care about High IO loads etc, > to separate sequential from random IO to push the performance higher. > > My second Problem is that this server have their place in very small > room without any possibility of cooling. So Atom with 20W TDP each must > do this. > > another reason is the physical size,.. > > If I would try to put one of my HP DL 380 I have at home, I would not be > able to close the door.. > > So better don't ask why I choose this components. It even took me 2 > hours to disassemble and assemble the rack again in fact the door frame > was 3mm smaller :-P > > BUT I must see the good things: SCSI Cluster no longer exists…. My first > and my worst shared storage. I have no thoughts or concerns about performance, that's a question for you and your users. I only care about properly built HA. :) If your goal is to build an HA VM platform, and setup your HA applications in VMs, you could try following the tutorial as it is (cman + rgmanager + drbd). It may not be the most up-to-date set of applications, but it's very well field tested. -- Digimer Papers and Projects: https://alteeve.ca/w/ What if the cure for cancer is trapped in the mind of a person without access to education?