[Gluster-devel] [Gluster-users] gluster small file performance

David Robinson david.robinson at corvidtec.com
Tue Aug 18 21:18:47 UTC 2015

I changed the logging to "error" to get rid of these messages as I was 
wondering if this was part of the problem.  It didn't change the 
Also, I get these same errors both before and after the reboot.  I only 
see the slowdown after the reboot.

I have SELinux disabled.  Not sure about ACL.  Don't think I can turn 
ACL off on XFS.

I am happy to post results of strace.  Do I just do 'strace tar -xPf 
boost.tar >& strace.log'?


------ Original Message ------
From: "Jeff Darcy" <jdarcy at redhat.com>
To: "David Robinson" <drobinson at corvidtec.com>
Cc: gluster-users at gluster.org; "Gluster Devel" 
<gluster-devel at gluster.org>
Sent: 8/18/2015 4:49:40 PM
Subject: Re: [Gluster-users] gluster small file performance

>>Note: The log files attached have the "No data available" messages 
>>parsed out to reduce the file size.  There were an enormous amount of 
>>these.  One of my colleagues submitted something to the message board 
>>about these errors in 3.7.3.
>>>[2015-08-17 17:03:37.270219] W [fuse-bridge.c:1230:fuse_err_cbk] 
>>>0-glusterfs-fuse: 6643: REMOVEXATTR() 
>>>/boost_1_57_0/boost/accumulators/accumulators.hpp => -1 (No data 
>>>[2015-08-17 17:03:37.271004] W [fuse-bridge.c:1230:fuse_err_cbk] 
>>>0-glusterfs-fuse: 6646: REMOVEXATTR() 
>>>/boost_1_57_0/boost/accumulators/accumulators.hpp => -1 (No data 
>>>[2015-08-17 17:03:37.271663] W [fuse-bridge.c:1230:fuse_err_cbk] 
>>>0-glusterfs-fuse: 6648: REMOVEXATTR() 
>>>/boost_1_57_0/boost/accumulators/accumulators.hpp => -1 (No data 
>>>[2015-08-17 17:03:37.274273] W [fuse-bridge.c:1230:fuse_err_cbk] 
>>>0-glusterfs-fuse: 6662: REMOVEXATTR() 
>>>/boost_1_57_0/boost/accumulators/accumulators_fwd.hpp => -1 (No data 
>I can't help but wonder how much these are affecting your performance.  
>That's a lot of extra messages, and even more effort to log the 
>failures.  When I run your tests myself, I don't see any of these and I 
>don't see a performance drop-off either.  Maybe something ACL- or 
>SELinux-related?  It would be extra-helpful to get a stack trace for 
>just one of these, to see where they're coming from.
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