I am using iometer (http://www.iometer.org/) to test the IOPS from one of the
As for IOPS is more trying to test the performance of block, rather than real
In my environment, I am using 10Gbe to make two gluster nodes be replicated.
And I mount it to vm as a volume. I tested
Do you have any metrics to give an idea of the difference. I am using NFS
right now, and I am migrating to Gluster. I have the gluster system up, and
I see that it seems to provision disks faster than my NFS. I haven't used
any real measurement tools to get actual metrics, this is all perceived.
It is just the default configuration. What is your advice for the tuning of I/O
For Gluster FS, actually I used Xenserver currently. I justed mounted the
gluster as a NFS to XenHost to be used as a SR. Is there any way to use
GlusterFS as a iscsi target ?
As for tuning, I don't have enough information about my own system to even
say. I know that there are tuning options that you have with glusterFS, and
you will have to see what works best for your deployment.
So have you done any tuning for IO performance or are the configs straight
out of the box. You also said you mounted the volume to a vm. Did you mount
it as gluster or use the built in NFS??
From: Yue, Cong [mailto:cong_...@alliedtelesis.com]
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