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Windows Server 2008 File Services. Ralf M. Schnell Technical Evangelist Microsoft Deutschland GmbH. Universal Distributed Storage. Server Message Block (SMB) 2.0. Erhöhte Sicherheit. Erhöhte Skalierbarkeit. ‘Compound Packets’. Erhöhte Buffer- Größe. ‘Symbolic Links’.

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Windows Server 2008File Services

Ralf M. Schnell

Technical Evangelist

Microsoft Deutschland GmbH



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Server Message Block (SMB) 2.0

ErhöhteSicherheit

ErhöhteSkalierbarkeit

‘Compound Packets’

Erhöhte Buffer-Größe

‘Symbolic Links’

‘Durable File Handles’


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Neuentwickelter TCP/IP-Stack

Winsock

User Mode

Kernel Mode

AFD

TDI Clients

WSK Clients

TDI

WSK

TDX

Next Generation TCP/IP stack (tcpip.sys)

RAW

TCP

UDP

Windows Filtering Platform API

IPv6

IPv4

802.3

WLAN

Loop-back

IPv4 Tunnel

IPv6 Tunnel

NDIS

  • Dual-IP Layer-Architektur für native IPv4 und IPv6-Unterstützung

  • ErhöhteSicherheitdurchbessereIpsec-Integration

  • ErhöhtePerformanzdurch Hardware-Beschleunigung (TCP Offload)

  • Netzwerk Auto-Tuning und Optimierung

  • Erweiterungder APIs: Bessere Integration von Partner-Lösungen


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Performanz

AutomatischeEinstellung für größteEffizienz

SchnellererNetzwerk-Transfer, insb. Über WAN-Strecken

OptimierteAusnutzungderBandbreite

WenigerVerluste -> ReduzierteNetzwerklast

OptimiertePerformanz, ohneVerluste

Intelligentes Auto-Tuning des ‘TCP Receive Window’

VerbesserterAlgorithmusbeiPaket-Verlusten

VerbesserterAlgorithmus für KontrollederNetzwerk-Auslastung



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Daten-Replikationzwischenzwei Microsoft-Rechenzentren (Tukwila, Bay Area)

Default-Einstellungen !!!

Windows ServerT 2003 SP1 -> Windows XP

100Mbps NICs,10Mbps Durchsatz

Windows Server 2008 -> Windows Vista

100Mbps NICs, 80Mbps Durchsatz

1000Mbps NICs, 400Mbps Durchsatz (Bandbreite!)

TCP Receive Window Auto Tuning (2)

40X



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UNIXServer

UNIXWorkstation

Windows Workstation

Services für Network File System (NFS)

Windows Server


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Distributed File System-Replikation

FreigegebeneVerzeichnisse

DFS Namespace

\\SEA-SVR-01\Tools

Namespace Server

\\Contoso\Public

Tools

Namespace Root

\\NYC-SVR-01\Tools

Software

Tools

Ordner

Tools

\\SEA-SVR-02\Training

Ordnermit DFS-Target(s)

Training Guides

Training Guides



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Verbesserungen für ‘Offline Files’




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http://blogs.technet.com/dmelanchthon


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