The main specs of the servers I am using is:
Huawei H2288H V3 server
Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E5-2650 v4 @ 2.20GHz CPU
4 x 32GB DDR4 2133MHz RAM
Chelsio T580-LP-CR NIC
Red Hat Linux Enterprise version 7.3 OS
Thank you for the information provided. It is best you can contact Huawei support for them to further assist you as this involve the entire system. Chelsio is a third party NIC which we cannot comment on this product. With regards to the CPU inquiry, I can forward your inquiry to the CPU support.
I am already in contact with Huawei R&D and I also have contacted Chelsio trying to pin-point where limitation is.
If you can, please forward the case to the CPU support. My goal is to find what is the best Intel CPU and chip-set for such scenario, while also learning the limits of the hardware I am currently using.
Thank you for your support.
So far I got no response... Has this case been sent to the processor? How can I get an update on it.
Thank you for contacting the Intel community.
Please bear in mind that your best support is with your system manufacturer as they are more familiar with your system and how all the components interact with each other. Intel sells products to various OEM’s (Original Equipment Manufacturers), who then integrate them, with other system components (power supplies, disk drives, add in cards, software, etc). These components may be customized to the OEM’s specifications to make the entire system compatible and to work as it should.
This Intel® processor supports Max Memory Bandwidth 76.8 GB/s but all this depends on your system configuration you can see the processor specs here:
You can also try updating your motherboard BIOS with your system manufacturer to see if that helps with this issue. You should be able to get support about your system here:
Thank you for your response.
It is more like that I am on a "ping-pong" game as the Huawei R&D (Research and Development) says it is an Intel CPU design problem and, in turn, you (Intel) says it may be a "make" problem. Anyway, as long as I know Huawei R&D is watching this thread and maybe they jump in to clarify who got the problem, if any.
This said, my customer is driving a Very Big Data environment and wiling to be able to download files, over a single flow, at 40Gpbs. I may be taking the wrong path as I am using RAM memory to emulate disk, willing that it would be the best solution for a disk-subsystem able to deliver such expected 40Gbs throughput (please see my initial post). If the "make" I am using now has a problem to achieve this goal, what make (Intel or Intel partner) could deliver such performance? What would be the Intel advise for such performance?