SuperFastHash load balancing algorithm used in ONTAP 8 & 9, writen for article in this blog
To compile the algorithm copy and paste algorithm.cpp file in tested online compiler
You can modify next variables:
st_ports = 4; // number of ethernet ports to a storage node srv_ports = 4; // number of ethernet ports to a server subnet = 53; // IP 3rd octet XXX.XXX.53.XXX src_start = 21; // Server's start IP 4th octet XXX.XXX.53.21 src_end = 22; // Server's end IP 4th octet XXX.XXX.53.22 dst_start = 30; // Start from storage node potential IP: XXX.XXX.53.30 dst_end = 250; // End storage node potential IP: XXX.XXX.53.250
In application's otput: SuperFastHash used for NTAP OUT column - function balance_ip_netapp(); https://kb.netapp.com/app/answers/answer_view/a_id/1032252
Ordinary XOR used for NTAP IN & Server IN&OUT columns - function balance_ip_lacp_xor();
Though I did my best to make the algorithm to work precisely as in your storage system, switch and server, I do not give any guarantees, so you can use it AS IS, and you are welcome to contribute to this open-source code.
To find the best IPv4 for your storage nodes in your environment just find the biggest number in column "SUM Totl Used". In my example we need 4x IP addresses, so in this case you'll be interested in XXX.XXX.53.32, XXX.XXX.53.43, XXX.XXX.53.49 & XXX.XXX.53.58. See output example https://github.com/qdrddr/ontap-lacp/blob/master/Output_Example.txt