On Fri, Feb 16, 2018 at 11:23 AM, William Allen Simpson
<william.allen.simp...@gmail.com> wrote:

> Actually, 2.6 should handle as many concurrent client requests as you like.
> (Up to 250 of them.)  That's one of its features.
> The client is not sending concurrent requests.

This seems worth digging into.  That's my understanding of 2.6
dispatch too, anyway.

> But the planned 2.7 improvements are mostly throughput related, not IOPS.

Not at all, though I am trying to ensure that we get async FSAL ops
in.  There are people working on IOPs too.

> If Ganesha is adding 6 ms to every read operation, we have a serious
> problem, and need to profile immediately!

That's kind of what our team is doing.  I look forward to your work
with rpc-ping-mt.



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