[Beowulf] Bonding results in 1 HBA for Tx and 1 HBA for Rx.

Gemmeke Nout Nout.Gemmeke at nl.fujitsu.com
Tue Oct 19 11:33:31 EDT 2004


Hi there Beowulf,
 
Just a quick question.
 
When using bonding on RehHat AS V3.0 I see that eth0 is used for sending
data (Tx) and eth1 for receive of data (Rx). This results in bandwidth of
only 1Gbit/sec.....
 
Fail over works fine however.
 
Any idea if this can be configured ??
 
Thanks,
 
Nout Gemmeke

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