From: Harald Wehr <hwehr@hs...> - 2005-03-01 13:52:48
I have to administrate a linux labor with 16 clients and one ltsp
server. As I took over this task from another person I am completely new
System information of ltsp server:
As there is a second identical server available I want to separate the
clients on the two servers to get a better performance.
Does it make sense to you that server1 serves the /home-directories of
all users and half of the clients and server2 takes the other clients
and mounts /home via nfs from server1?
Simplest way for me would be to dd first disk of server1 to first disk
of server2. Change network settings of server2, exclude first 8 clients
from dhcp of server2 and next 8 clients from dhcp of server1.
What do you think about this? Please consider, I don' want to have a
fallback solution but some kind of performance improvements.
Thanks for you hints.
From: Tom Lisjac <netdxr@gm...> - 2005-03-03 05:06:11
On Tue, 01 Mar 2005 14:52:14 +0100, Harald Wehr <hwehr@...> wrote:
> As there is a second identical server available I want to separate the
> clients on the two servers to get a better performance.
This is a howto for combining 2 servers in a load balancing and
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