Category Archives: Ethernet

Optimizing, it ain’t easy, but somebody’s got to do it!

Some problems can be solved by throwing big money at them. When it comes to storage performance, it could be spending your bucks on faster and/or more disks, or paying someone to optimize your environment. For people like me, that’s … Continue reading

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Multiple IEEE 802.3ad (LACP) trunks with Linux

I had come to the conclusion that whenever something should be configurable, it already is with Linux. Unfortunately, that’s not true in every case, as I had to find out with a new network topology. We’ve set up a new … Continue reading

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