Regarding to Amazon S3 documentation, it is advised to insert a bit of
random chars in the bucket name in order to gain performance. This is
related to how Amazon store key names. It looks like they store an index of
object key names in each region.


My question is: is this also a good practice in a ceph cluster where all
the nodes are in the same datacenter? It is relevant in ceph the name of
the bucket to gain more performance? I think it's not, because all the data
is spread in the placement groups all over the osd nodes, no matter what
bucket name he got. Can anyone confirm this?

Thanks in advance.

Félix Barbeira.
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