[Gluster-users] Gluster and public/private LAN
a.holway at syseleven.de
Wed Dec 19 11:21:31 UTC 2012
I've built gluster systems that did the internal stuff over an IB network and did the external stuff over 10G..
I didn't even think about it and it just worked.
On Dec 18, 2012, at 11:26 PM, Shawn Heisey wrote:
> I have an idea I'd like to run past everyone. Every gluster peer would have two NICs - one "public" and the other "private" with different IP subnets. The idea that I am proposing would be to have every gluster peer have all private peer addresses in /etc/hosts, but the public addresses would be in DNS. Clients would use DNS.
> The goal is to have all peer-to-peer communication (self-heal, rebalance, etc) happen on the private network, leaving all the bandwidth on the public network available for client connections.
> Will this work on 3.3.1 or newer? If the volume information that gluster clients and servers pass to each other only has hostnames, I would expect it to work. Of course I would have the usual scalability problems associated with relying in part on /etc/hosts, but knowing that in advance, we can take the proper precautions.
> Side note: the public and private NICs would each actually be a bonded pair and plugged into separate switches for network redundancy.
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