On Mon, Mar 26, 2012 at 4:33 PM, <casper....@oracle.com> wrote:
>>I'm migrating a webserver(apache+php) from RHEL to solaris. During the
>>stress testing comparison, I found under the same session number of client
>>request, CPU% is ~70% on RHEL while CPU% is full on solaris.
> Which version of Solaris is this?
This is Solaris 11.
>>The apache root documentation is apparently in zfs dataset. It looks like each
>>file system operation will run into zfs root mutex contention.
>>Is this an expected behavior? If so, is there any zfs tunable to
>>address this issue?
> The zfs_root() function is the function which is used when a
> mountpoint is transversed. Where is the apache document root
> directory and under which mountpoints?
I have an external storage server and I created a zfs pool on it.
# zpool list
NAME SIZE ALLOC FREE CAP DEDUP HEALTH ALTROOT
export1 800G 277G 523G 34% 1.00x ONLINE -
rpool 117G 109G 8.44G 92% 1.00x ONLINE -
this pool is mounted under /export, all of the apache documents.
are in this pool at /export/webserver/apache2/htdocs.
The php temporary folder is set to /tmp, which is tmpfs.
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