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Estimation of real load on your storage would very useful. Raw calculations with the supplied parameters give about ~ 10K Gets/sec (4Gbps/50KB). But It does not take into account caching capabilities. I suppose SWIFT setup capable to serve this load requires significant investments. Our colleagues tried to use SWIFT to store chunks of their ...
OpenStack determines these values using the value of the in_use field in the row for the relevant project in the quota_usages table in the underlying MySQL database.
Couple of things you want to check first Is your VM getting IP. Check by logging into the console not from the dashboard. Did you create your external bridge interface? If so did you add the physical port to your bridge interface. Also check your security rules. Make sure you have the "ping" rule added to the security group on which your VM is using. ...
list files in /etc/libvirt/qemu/networks/ and /etc/libvirt/qemu/networks/autostart/ if empty - create it useful commands: virsh net-start default or virsh net-autostart default and virsh net-destroy default virsh net-undefine default service libvirtd restart for detailed explanation read wiki: http://wiki.libvirt.org/page/Networking
Swift is a object storage solution with REST based API. It is deployed at Wikipedia, Rackspace, HPcloud You can use external solution if you are looking forward to use Swift as filesystem. http://caimito.ngasi.com/ https://code.google.com/p/s3ql/ You can also check http://docs.openstack.org/developer/swift/associated_projects.html for list of all the ...
@fga Were you able to find reason for this? You can also try out ssbench to find out what is happening with your cluster. I would hope it will be helpful to your analysis.
Peter, I would suggest you to watch this youtube video explains Swift Ring functionality in details. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LzaQKKp58JI Hope it helps.
Hyper-V - no question here. Not becasue of performance but because all viretualization is fully integrated and maintained as part of windows updates. No need to install anything unless you run outdated windows versions. That said: HD 500 GB Welcome to the reality of virtualization. It does not makgically make crappy hardware faster. A 500gb HD is not ...
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