[Samba] how to manage 3000 Samba Connection
Gautier, B (Bob)
Bob.Gautier at rabobank.com
Thu Mar 9 10:14:17 GMT 2006
If you are running on Linux (or can tolerate one or two Linux machines
to front your fileservers) look at ipvs (stands for IP virtual server)
and things built on top of it, e.g. piranha?
The ipvs kernel modules will redirect incoming connections based on
policy and weightings for the real servers, and you can use monitoring
scripts to tune the algorithm dynamically based on observed load,
Some careful network and samba config will probably let you use your
existing file servers as the ipvs routers, with failover, etc. if they
already run Linux. Definitely an exercise for the reader though!
> -----Original Message-----
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> Subject: [Samba] how to manage 3000 Samba Connection
> Hi All,
> Give Me some good idea, about.. how to manage 3000 Samba Connection.
> in my network i have 6 Samba File Server..
> Volumes Are common in all Samba servers (GPFS Volume + 6 GPFS
> Nodes) (so 6 Servers are there to share this connection. 500 X 6 )
> at a time.. i am getting maximum 3000 samba connection and
> almost all connection is opening 150MB to 300MB file (3D Animation
> total opened files will be approximate 800 to 1000 in One Samba Server
> 6 file servers are named as FS01, FS02, FS03, FS04, Fs05 and
> FS06 and all the Servers Are Connected to windows2003 ADS So
> User Permission and Authentication is.. same every where
> My Point is how i can Do the load balance intelligently depends on..
> (fail over, cup and memory usage in server and smb connection)
> now most of the connections are happening through 4 servers
> and rest 2 is 70% free..
> i have to balance it.. to increase the performance of
> Samba-File-Server with out depending the client side.. (i
> cant redirect the client to use a particular server that have
> to happen in background)
> OS : Red Hat Enterprise Linux ES (2.6.9-11.ELsmp)
> Samba : samba-3.0.21c-1
> Thanks In Advance
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