[CentOS] Re: Bonding and Xen

Scott Silva ssilva at sgvwater.com
Tue Jul 15 21:15:41 UTC 2008

on 7-15-2008 1:34 PM Victor Padro spake the following:
> Does anyone has implemented this sucessfully?
> I am asking this because we are implementing Xen on our test lab 
> machines, which they hold up to three 3com and intel Nics 10/100mbps based.
> These servers are meant to replace MS messaging and intranet webservers 
> which holds up to 5000 hits per day and thousands of mails, and probably 
> the Dom0 could not handle this kind of setup with only one 100mbps link, 
> and could not afford changing all the networking hardware to gigabit, at 
> least not yet.
> Any pointers perhaps?
> Greetings from Mexico.
How fast is your incoming connection? If you have a data line from the outside 
world that can saturate a 100 Mbit network card, you can afford new cards.

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