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May
10
comment Effectively handling 2+ million files
So, ext4 does the job
May
5
comment Effectively handling 2+ million files
At the end I stay with ext4. Everything works very well. Thank you for good explanation.
May
4
comment Effectively handling 2+ million files
I will have all my tests done by tomorrow.
May
4
comment Effectively handling 2+ million files
At the moment it is a working prototype. I want to have it as a single file because it would be easier to handle. Also I want to avoid fragmentation, so I prefer to keep it in read only FS. My DB serves critical app and response time must be always under 1 second. I have about 50 requests per second...
May
4
comment Effectively handling 2+ million files
ISO seems to be good, the only thing I am worried is random file access. Do you know how good ISO handle random file acces?
May
4
comment Effectively handling 2+ million files
Thank you for your input. I didn't mentioned that files are compressed already by zlib. Sorry for that - I will add it to the question now.
May
4
comment Effectively handling 2+ million files
What are advantages of ISO?
Feb
17
comment Improving TCP performance over a gigabit network with lots of connections and high traffic of small packets
Finally we have 1GB. There were lot of tuning in different places, so cannot really say that there was single problem.
Feb
17
comment Improving TCP performance over a gigabit network with lots of connections and high traffic of small packets
We use TCP connections. So they are persistent.
Feb
12
comment Improving TCP performance over a gigabit network with lots of connections and high traffic of small packets
yeah.. I saw that tutorial, but it is for laptops while I see high interrupts in the server. Will try to apply it to server.
Feb
12
comment Improving TCP performance over a gigabit network with lots of connections and high traffic of small packets
I see high "Rescheduling Interrupts" - could it be a reason? What is "Rescheduling Interrupts"?
Feb
12
comment Improving TCP performance over a gigabit network with lots of connections and high traffic of small packets
More info about SACK: ibm.com/developerworks/linux/library/l-tcp-sack/index.html
Feb
12
comment Improving TCP performance over a gigabit network with lots of connections and high traffic of small packets
thank you for you tip - will check it out tomorrow.
Feb
12
comment Improving TCP performance over a gigabit network with lots of connections and high traffic of small packets
2kaji, I will try you suggestions tomorrow. About PowerTop - should I tune power saving if my goal is performance?
Feb
8
comment Improving TCP performance over a gigabit network with lots of connections and high traffic of small packets
David Schwartz: Traffic doesn't grow while CPU, RAM and Bandwidth is not utilized even 50%
Dec
30
comment VMstat explanation needed
I just installed munin. It is out of the box installation. Nothing was changed.