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    Which are the Load-balancing parameters for DIVAR IP and DSA E-series?



    Which are the Load-balancing parameters for DIVAR IP and DSA E-series?




    Load balancing is provided with respect to the bandwidth and the number of iSCSI connections and is configurable per IP address (iSCSI target).

    For example:

    • Load-balancing parameters are optimized for the DIVAR IP 5000 default configuration (JBOD). When running DIVAR IP 5000 in RAID 1 mode, load-balancing parameters may need adaptation in BVMS.
    • Navigate in the device tree of BVMS Configuration Client to VRM devices > Local VRM > [Context Menu of the storage expansion] > Load Balancing

    storage_overview(Load balancing DIVAR IP and NetApp DSA) Raid, iSCSI sessions.png

    ***Soft limits is an estimation of 20% base on hard limit value

    ** Note: Soft Limit not requires since 3.00.x


    DIVAR IP all-in one:

    • 5000: The DIVAR IP all-in one 5000 is a RAID 1 and JBOD supported small tower office server for up to 42 channels with 4 internal HDDs and a maximum storage capacity of 48 TB. 
    • 7000 2U: The DIVAR IP all-in-one 7000 2U is a RAID 5 and RAID 6 supported 2U rack appliance for up to 256 channels with 8 internal HDDs and a maximum storage capacity of 96 TB.
    • 7000 3U: And the DIVAR IP all-in-one 7000 3U is a RAID 5 and RAID 6 supported 3U rack management appliance for up to 256 channels with 16 internal HDDs and a maximum storage capacity of 192 TB. 


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