Re: io-scheduler tuning for better read/write ratio
From: Ralf Gross
Date: Tue Jun 16 2009 - 14:56:31 EST
Casey Dahlin schrieb:
> On 06/16/2009 02:40 PM, Ralf Gross wrote:
> > David Newall schrieb:
> >> Ralf Gross wrote:
> >>> write throughput is much higher than the read throughput (40 MB/s
> >>> read, 90 MB/s write).
> > Hm, but I get higher read throughput (160-200 MB/s) if I don't write
> > to the device at the same time.
> > Ralf
> How specifically are you testing? It could depend a lot on the
> particular access patterns you're using to test.
I did the basic tests with tiobench. The real test is a test backup
(bacula) with 2 jobs that create 2 30 GB spool files on that device.
The jobs partially write to the device in parallel. Depending which
spool file reaches the 30 GB first, one starts reading from that file
and writing to tape, while to other is still spooling.
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