Reputation
454
Top tag
Next privilege 500 Rep.
Access review queues
Badges
2 7
Newest
 Scholar
Impact
~74k people reached

  • 0 posts edited
  • 0 helpful flags
  • 10 votes cast
May
10
comment glusterfs centos 7 - won't start
my first test would be to disable the firewall
May
10
comment glusterfs centos 7 - won't start
it seems network is ok, maybe 24007 is UDP too?
May
10
answered Port forwarding ssh with iptables
May
10
comment glusterfs centos 7 - won't start
Post the output of sudo mii-tool, ip link, ip route, try pinging one box from the other
May
9
revised How to temporarily open a port in ufw for a specific IP address?
added 64 characters in body
May
9
answered How to temporarily open a port in ufw for a specific IP address?
May
6
comment ESXi very slow with WD reds
For now moving to thick provisioning seems to have made the solution acceptable. RAID firmware is up to date, anyway my problem is solved but I'm marking your answer as valid since you made several good points.
May
6
awarded  Scholar
May
6
accepted ESXi very slow with WD reds
May
6
comment ESXi very slow with WD reds
Thanks for your feedback. The question was if there are any other metrics I could use to determine if the problem is definitely I/O
May
6
revised ESXi very slow with WD reds
edited body
May
6
comment ESXi very slow with WD reds
Yes, WD reds, and I already said it was RAID1 not 0. Sorry if my question doesn't fall in your ideal world were all companies buy big servers and it has a dedicated NAS but the question does qualify.
May
5
awarded  Student
May
5
comment ESXi very slow with WD reds
yeah I mean raid1, my bad, partitions are aligned. I'm moving to thick provisioned VMs to see if it makes a real difference
May
4
asked ESXi very slow with WD reds
Jun
20
awarded  Yearling
Jun
20
awarded  Yearling
Feb
4
answered creating a route for server to access clients
Feb
1
comment Why are my new workstations only running at 100mbps?
Are all the wires terminated on your network cables? you need that for 1GBps
Feb
1
comment creating a route for server to access clients
Does MAIN perform NAT on the 10.0.0.0 subnet?