Best Practices:

Linux on Nutanix AHV

The Nutanix solution removes the complexity of infrastructure management and maximizes Linux performance for any application.

Linux on Nutanix AHV

The Nutanix enterprise cloud provides a complete software-defined datacenter infrastructure solution for applications running on Linux, eliminating the complexities and inefficiencies of traditional multitier datacenter environments. Nutanix solutions bring the predictable performance, availability, scalability, and cost benefits of web-scale architecture to your applications.

With the proper settings for Nutanix cluster networking, as well as for volume, LVM, kernel configuration, and proper file system mount options, you can greatly improve Linux performance for all uses.

This best practices guide collects recommended Nutanix AHV cluster settings and Linux OS settings. It covers vDisk (LUN) configuration and settings, Logical Volume Manager (LVM) configuration, file system settings for ext4 and XFS, and kernel parameters.

Download this best practices guide for more information about:

  • Nutanix AHV best practices.
  • Linux OS kernel and disk device settings.
  • Configuration for volumes (vDisks).

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