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DL360p Gen8 - RHEL 7 utility for network cards teaming?

 
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javapowered
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Jimmy Vance
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Re: DL360p Gen8 - RHEL 7 utility for network cards teaming?

I've never looked, but I don't think there is a GUI tool for bonding/teaming in Linux.  I haven't set this up in RHEL 7 yet, but I ran across these articles in a quick search. Linux has generally called this bonding, looks like Red Hat has introduced a new way of doing this with RHEL 7.

 

http://ervikrant06.wordpress.com/2014/06/06/how-to-configure-network-teaming-in-rhel-7/

 

http://www.certdepot.net/rhel7-network-changes/

 

http://rhelblog.redhat.com/2014/06/23/team-driver/

 

 

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javapowered
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Re: DL360p Gen8 - RHEL 7 utility for network cards teaming?

As I understood "bonding" is kind of "deprecated" and If i care about latency I should just use "teaming", is that correct?

Jimmy Vance
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Re: DL360p Gen8 - RHEL 7 utility for network cards teaming?

Maybe someone else will chime in. I haven't looked at the new 'teaming' in RHEL 7 to see who/what/why it is any different/better than what has always been called bonding under Linux.

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