[Gluster-users] Performance gluster 3.2.5 + QLogic Infiniband
fcannini at gmail.com
Wed Apr 11 23:13:48 UTC 2012
The only time i setup a gluster "distributed scratch" like Michael is
( 3.0.5 Debian packages ) i too choose IPoIB simply because i could not get
rdma working at all.
Time was short and IPoIB "Just worked" well enough for our demand at the
time, so i didn't looked into this issue. Plus, pinging and ssh'ing into a
node through the IB interface comes handy when diagnosing and fixing
Em quarta-feira, 11 de abril de 2012, Sabuj Pattanayek<sabujp at gmail.com>
> I wonder if it's possible to have both rdma and ipoib served by a
> single glusterfsd so I can test this? I guess so, since it's just a
> tcp mount?
> On Wed, Apr 11, 2012 at 1:43 PM, Harry Mangalam <harry.mangalam at uci.edu>
>> On Tuesday 10 April 2012 15:47:08 Bryan Whitehead wrote:
>>> with my infiniband setup I found my performance was much better by
>>> setting up a TCP network over infiniband and then using pure tcp as
>>> the transport with my gluster volume. For the life of me I couldn't
>>> get rdma to beat tcp.
>> Thanks for that data point, Brian.
>> Very interesting. Is this a common experience? The RDMA experience has
>> been a very smooth one for me and doing everything with IPoIB would save
>> lot of headaches, especially if it's also higher performance.
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