[Gluster-devel] High CPU Usage - Glusterfsd

Renchu Mathew renchu at cracknell.com
Sun Feb 22 12:09:09 UTC 2015

Dear all,

I have implemented glusterfs storage on my company - 2 servers with replicate. But glustherfsd shows more than 100% CPU utilization most of the time. So it is so slow to access the gluster volume. My setup is two glusterfs servers with replication. The gluster volume (almost 10TB of data) is mounted on another server (glusterfs native client) and using samba share for the network users to access those files. Is there any way to reduce the processor usage on these servers? Please give a solution ASAP since the users are complaining about the poor performance. I am using glusterfs version 3.6.


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