[CentOS] file sharing?
rswwalker at gmail.com
Sat Apr 10 17:20:05 UTC 2010
On Apr 10, 2010, at 12:33 PM, "Roland Roland"
<R_O_L_A_N_D at hotmail.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I've inherited from a previous It personnel a centos server which
> works as a fileserver and at the same time has one Vmware (windows
> xp) working on it.
> due to file server data load, the windows xp services get
> unreachable until the data transfer from the fileserver itself slows
> the NIC max out its transfer speed..
> the same server has two * 1 GB nics
> one is currently being used..
> my question is this:
> is there a way to make the afp/smb services work only one ONE nic..
> in other words users accessing the shared files from a specific NIC..
> that way I can divide the load. file transfers goes from one NIC and
> windows services gets reached from the other..(different IPs)
> doo all this make any sense? is there any other way of solving this
> (other than moving the VM elsewhere) ?
> thanks in advance for yoru help
At the same time make sure the VM's vmdk file isn't on the same disks
as the file data or you will have the VM starve for IO while the file
data is being written/read.
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