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I was researching about connecting multiple server nodes together to share resources. I came up to this page:

From what I read, I see this is possible.

Anyone tried this one before?


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What are you trying to do exactly that a generic network can't bring you? 10G ethernet is where i would start if speeds is an issue. I/O virtualazation is cool/useful, but it depends on what you're trying to do.

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