Originally posted by: Steve
Originally posted by: Snig
There is no current plan to support 64K LDEVS on the USP or NSC55.
Originally posted by: RMNA
Originally posted by: webfox
64000 ldevs in a single box... does anybody really needs so much ldevs for open systems ?Maybe somebody already using Ligthning or USP with 20 or 25K LDEVs ? We have customers with fully configured Lightnings and USPs. We're not using small LDEVs, and trying not to use separate LDEVs, we're using mostly LUSes. And we're under 10K LDEVs :)I'ts all because smaller number of LDEVs make ours lifes easier (and customer's too !). On a modern systems, like USPs, there's no need to make a tons of small LDEVs. Especially, if you're going to provide terabytes of storage to couple of servers ;) Open-V + LUSE is right choice !
The more LDEVs you have on a port the more problems with Queue Depth isnt it ?Since (1024/LDEVs per port)/(Servers per port) = Avg Queue Depth
The more LDEVs you have on a port the more problems with Queue Depth isnt it ?Since (1024/LDEVs per port)/(Servers per port) = Avg Queue DepthIt's not a problem to set qdepth, it's a problem to manage system with 30K LDEVs inside ! ;)
Originally posted by: Chris M Evans
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