NFS Performance (was Re: [Beowulf] GPFS on Linux (x86))
hahn at physics.mcmaster.ca
Fri Sep 15 10:49:01 EDT 2006
>> Wild guess - NFS servers are running RHEL and using ext3 ?
interesting. but I'd be surprised if any of this was due to the distro,
rather than the kernel. I normally prefer to run an up-to-date kernel.org
kernel on as many servers as I can, rather than random distro-hacked stuff.
upgrading the rhel server to a kernel.org kernel would be minimal work,
> Additionally, are you writing your journal to a different partition?
s/paritition/device/ I hope. I think journaling to a partition on a
device that's also being used by the FS in question is no different
from leaving the journal embedded. journaling to a device with no
competing activity appears to be a major win...
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