[Gluster-users] Gluster-users Digest, Vol 53, Issue 56 -- GlusterFS performance (Steve Thompson)

Ben England bengland at redhat.com
Tue Oct 2 12:36:25 UTC 2012


try glusterfs 3.3 and look at: 


There will be more optimizations in the next Gluster release.  Take advantage of the translators that Gluster supplies, including readahead translator and quick-read translator.

Red Hat does offer support for Red Hat Storage based on Gluster, and it has a pre-packaged tuning profile built into it.   We test with 10-GbE networks and Gluster 3.3 does have reasonably good performance for large-file sequential workloads (and it's scalable).

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