RE: performance problem about haproxy with libvirt20131201

2013-12-01 Thread Lukas Tribus
Hi, Then I make a performance test. The result is following: When the test machine directly accessed vm_A(http://192.168.13.87:8080/ok.html). It can reach about 9000 Transactions Per Second. When the test machine accessed haproxy machine_B(http://192.168.13.6/ok.html). It can also reach

Re: performance problem about haproxy with libvirt20131201

2013-12-01 Thread Jonathan Matthews
On 1 December 2013 13:20, Lukas Tribus luky...@hotmail.com wrote: I'm not sure what libvirt exactly does and how/why it affects performance I don't believe libvirt is the issue, as it's merely an orchestration abstraction over the top of a variety of hypervisors. I think XuXinkun merely means

Re: performance problem about haproxy with libvirt20131201

2013-12-01 Thread Baptiste
Hi Xuxinkun, When testing with libvirt, could you run a top, then type 1 to see CPU usage and report us the Soft Interrupts CPU usage? Same test without libvirt. Baptiste On Sun, Dec 1, 2013 at 7:06 AM, xuxinkun xuxin...@gmail.com wrote: hi: I’m a coder from CHINA. Recently, I make a

Re: performance problem about haproxy with libvirt20131201

2013-12-01 Thread Anthony Acquanita
What are your ethernet settings? Are you using virtio or emulation? You need to tune libvirt to get close to real hardware. On Dec 1, 2013 1:07 AM, xuxinkun xuxin...@gmail.com wrote: hi: I’m a coder from CHINA. Recently, I make a research on elastic cluster, just like ELB of Amazon(