[Gluster-users] 3.10.5 vs 3.12.0 huge performance loss

Serkan Çoban cobanserkan at gmail.com
Thu Sep 7 04:07:51 UTC 2017

It is sequential write with file size 2GB. Same behavior observed with
3.11.3 too.

On Thu, Sep 7, 2017 at 12:43 AM, Shyam Ranganathan <srangana at redhat.com> wrote:
> On 09/06/2017 05:48 AM, Serkan Çoban wrote:
>> Hi,
>> Just do some ingestion tests to 40 node 16+4EC 19PB single volume.
>> 100 clients are writing each has 5 threads total 500 threads.
>> With 3.10.5 each server has 800MB/s network traffic, cluster total is
>> 32GB/s
>> With 3.12.0 each server has 200MB/s network traffic, cluster total is
>> 8GB/s
>> I did not change any volume options in both configs.
> I just performed some *basic* IOZone tests on a 6 x (4+2) disperse volume
> and compared this against 3.10.5 and 3.12.0. The tests are no where near
> your capacity, but I do not see anything alarming in the results. (4 server,
> 4 clients, 4 worker thread per client)
> I do notice a 6% drop in Sequential and random write performance, and gains
> in the sequential and random reads.
> I need to improve the test to do larger files and for a longer duration,
> hence not reporting any numbers as yet.
> Tests were against 3.10.5 and then a down server upgrade to 3.12.0 and
> remounting on the clients (after the versions were upgraded there as well).
> I guess your test can be characterized as a sequential write workload
> (ingestion of data). What is the average file size being ingested? I can
> mimic something equivalent to that to look at this further.
> I would like to ensure there are no evident performance regressions as you
> report.
> Shyam

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