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[Xen-users] IB disk and Xen

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Hi All:
 Fisrt please forgive my poor english
 I want to get some suggestion

  I have tow IB card in my host :   CentOS5.5   Xen3.0.3
  When I use Redhat Kernel . I can get 800MB/s  each card.
  That means I can have 1.6G bandwidth

   Then I change to the Xen Kernel. And I can only get 800MB or more lease when I try to write a disk
   Read disk can have 1.6G 
   It seems like that xen can't use two card at the same time


Thanks for your reply

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