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Measuring disk usage

What is the fairest unit to determine the disk usage (except the total storage usage e.g. in GB)? IOPS? Bytes read / write? Bytes transferred over network (would be equal to Bytes r/w)? Other? And ...
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“Hot data” and erasure coding: how to know if it is efficiently handled?

It is well known that erasure coding adds extra complexity because of encoding and decoding operations. Due to this drawback, most of cloud services recommend to use data replication for hot data and ...
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How to cut php-fpm IOPS

I have Amazon EC2 instance with NGINX + PHP-FPM (through socket) + APC. I see sth. like this in iotop on high load. Total DISK READ: 0.00 B/s | Total DISK WRITE: 0.00 B/s TID PRIO ...
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Many writes IO/s in Centos 6.5 - reverse ratio from read - as is normal

We have many CentOS6.5 servers on ESXI5.5. Storages for vmdk is SAN ISCI. I have problem with bad ratio for write/read. On storages I have about 2500 write io and e.g 200 read! For all time in day. ...
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interpreting IOPS these Bonnie++ and iostat results

I am looking to interpret the IOPS from a few runs of bonnie++ using iostat simultaneously and using the benchmarking from this post: Can I determine IOPS on a disk array using bonnie++? bonnie++ ...
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Low SSD write IOPS (~100)

I am experiencing very low IOPS with a SSD in my server. I noticed this when running a mysql database server, which performed very bad when there were many (~100 per second) updates to an InnoDB ...
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Upgrade the storage and/or provisioned IOPS on a reserved RDS instance?

I would like to reserve an RDS instance, but as of right now my instance does not need a lot of storage provisioned. I would like to reserve the instance with 100GB and 500 IOPS provisioned, but I ...
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What would happen if I provision IOPS in RDS on a non-PIOPS-Optimized instance type?

Quote from the docs: If you are using Provisioned IOPS storage, we recommend that you use the db.m3.xlarge, db.m3.2xlarge, db.m1.large, db.m1.xlarge, db.m2.2xlarge, db.m2.4xlarge, ...
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XenServer IOPS read

I'm trying to retrieve some performance statistics from several Citrix XenServer installations (with versions from 5.5 to 6.2). What I need exactly are IOPS (read and write). Trying to use iostat on ...