[OpenAFS] Current Limits of OpenAfs ?
Sat, 10 Jan 2009 13:08:57 -0500
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Adding to that, I'd suggest reading the slides from Alistair Ferguson's
keynote at the 2008 AFS workshop. The current client/server ratio
(2000/1, going to 5000/1?) and configured callback's per file server (4
million?) in one Morgan Stanley enviornment are mentioned, IIRC.
Derrick Brashear wrote:
>> Can anyone tell me how to calculate the memory requirement for each client
>> on a server ?
> Not without more information. The state information is stored per
> callback, which is one per file/directory in a writable volume, and
> one per entire readonly volume, so without knowing what the client's
> utilization will be, I can't say.
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