Re: Stress test in ltsp
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On Fri, Apr 18, 2008 at 05:51:54PM +0200, José L. Redrejo Rodríguez wrote:
>I'm still wondering why nobody has done (or thought, or maybe thought
>but didn't tell it, or I just didn't look right and haven't found it)
>in implementing QoS between the server and the clients. That would
>avoid those situations, where a few clients steal all the bandwith,
>leaving the rest without a chance to even start up.
I would indeed make good sense. Especially in cases like yours with a
known amount of machines already fully registered by MAC address.
Personally, I work with thin clients in mixed neetworks, and aim at
knowing the least possible about the workstations on the network.
So I need dynamic allocation of bandwidth, not fixed. And have been
staring only in that direction (with the wrr package in Debian for ages
without succeeding with setting it up myself).
But yes, I agree with you that QoS would make sense to dig into!
* Jonas Smedegaard - idealist og Internet-arkitekt
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