stack commented on HBASE-20188:

Thanks [~eshcar].

Short-circuit reads were not enabled properly for the hbase2 runs (hbase1 was 
able to do short-circuit reads w/o full configuration in place). This seems to 
put us close to hbase1 read perf. Let me add a sheet to the above report with 
latest numbers and then dump a summary here.

> [TESTING] Performance
> ---------------------
>                 Key: HBASE-20188
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/HBASE-20188
>             Project: HBase
>          Issue Type: Umbrella
>          Components: Performance
>            Reporter: stack
>            Assignee: stack
>            Priority: Blocker
>             Fix For: 2.0.0
>         Attachments: CAM-CONFIG-V01.patch, HBASE-20188.sh, HBase 2.0 
> performance evaluation - Basic vs None_ system settings.pdf, 
> ITBLL2.5B_1.2.7vs2.0.0_cpu.png, ITBLL2.5B_1.2.7vs2.0.0_gctime.png, 
> ITBLL2.5B_1.2.7vs2.0.0_iops.png, ITBLL2.5B_1.2.7vs2.0.0_load.png, 
> ITBLL2.5B_1.2.7vs2.0.0_memheap.png, ITBLL2.5B_1.2.7vs2.0.0_memstore.png, 
> ITBLL2.5B_1.2.7vs2.0.0_ops.png, 
> ITBLL2.5B_1.2.7vs2.0.0_ops_NOT_summing_regions.png, YCSB_CPU.png, 
> YCSB_OPs.png, YCSB_in-memory-compaction=NONE.ops.png, YCSB_load.png, 
> flamegraph-1072.1.svg, flamegraph-1072.2.svg, tree.txt
> How does 2.0.0 compare to old versions? Is it faster, slower? There is rumor 
> that it is much slower, that the problem is the asyncwal writing. Does 
> in-memory compaction slow us down or speed us up? What happens when you 
> enable offheaping?
> Keep notes here in this umbrella issue. Need to be able to say something 
> about perf when 2.0.0 ships.

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