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comment How to set up 2 separate VLANs on one switch (HP v1910-48G switch)
@NuMeMiie Hmm... strange... the route(s) had already been there as I can see on the last screenshot (192.168.1.0/24 -> 192.168.0.241).
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answered Server changes network port being used between PXE boot and the booted OS
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comment Server changes network port being used between PXE boot and the booted OS
Please provide some details: Do you use kickstart or manual OS installation? Do you use dhcp or manual interface setup?
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comment How to set up 2 separate VLANs on one switch (HP v1910-48G switch)
I am afraid this is impossible unless supported directly in config web interface. It seems this this model is not supported by third-party firmware vendors like tomato or openwrt.
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revised How to set up 2 separate VLANs on one switch (HP v1910-48G switch)
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comment How to set up 2 separate VLANs on one switch (HP v1910-48G switch)
@NuMeMiie It is not good practice to have parallel questions. I saw that question is hold as "off-topic" in Network Engineering. I just asked the moderator to move It to this site. If moderators will agree and do It I will continue there. Otherwise I will continue here.
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answered How to set up 2 separate VLANs on one switch (HP v1910-48G switch)
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accepted OpenStack EC2 Ubuntu cloud image — SSH host keys were changed after emegency reboot
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revised Indepedent pairs of RAID 1 is superior to RAID 10
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answered Indepedent pairs of RAID 1 is superior to RAID 10
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comment iSCSI drive running at 100% but SAN and Network are not
Usually only sequential read/writes can saturate a storage bandwidth capacity. If a random acces pattern is presented in your workload then IOPS and latency are deciding factors.
Dec
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comment Indepedent pairs of RAID 1 is superior to RAID 10
@ewwhite This question is not about RAID levels. It is as about a "RAID" vs an "Application" using multiple drives itself. I did not find an answer in serverfault.com/questions/339128/… and wonder why this question is marked as "duplicate".
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comment Configuring DHCP IPv4 and static IPv6 on the same interface
Then try to make alias eth:0 and custom IP setup for It.
Dec
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comment Configuring DHCP IPv4 and static IPv6 on the same interface
I guess static address is ignored since BOOTPROTO=DHCP. Why do not you make reservation for IPv6 on the same DHCP server?
Dec
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comment How can I route or bridge vlan properly with linux router?
Definitely you should not bridge eth3 and eth3.42 together - these are different VLANs. I did not configure multiple SSID WiFi NIC on Lunux and do not know how It should appeared - I presume as wlan0/1/2/... . What is wlan1 in your setup, second physical NIC or just logical NIC with different SSID?
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comment NFS on Btrfs on multi-devices .vs. Glusterfs on distributed-volume?
... and even more, multi-drive local filesystem like brtfs usually implies stripping, in your case - stripping over iSCSI volumes wich is generaly bad idea. GlusterFS is desined to work in such enviroment but I am afraid you will be disappointed of its performance for your load pattern. As well as I can not see any oprational benefits of OpenStack tools in this case.