[ceph-users] Performance, and how much wiggle room there is with tunables
Joe.Comeau at hli.ubc.ca
Fri Nov 10 09:58:59 PST 2017
Not to sure what you are looking for but these are the type of
performance numbers we are getting on our jewel 10.2. install
We have tweaked things up a bit to get better write performance.
all writes using fio - libio for 2 minute warm and 10 minute run
6 node cluster - spinning disk with some NVMe
40 Gb network for both cluster and public
the client is a separate machine talking to the ceph public network at
4K writes - 30,000 iops - 20 MB/s
1024k writes - 1800 iops - 1.3GB/s
depending on your workload requirements
>>> Mark Nelson <mnelson at redhat.com> 11/10/2017 8:51 AM >>>
FWIW, on very fast drives you can achieve at least 1.4GB/s and 30K+
write IOPS per OSD (before replication). It's quite possible to do
better but those are recent numbers on a mostly default bluestore
configuration that I'm fairly confident to share. It takes a lot of
CPU, but it's possible.
On 11/10/2017 10:35 AM, Robert Stanford wrote:
> Thank you for that excellent observation. Are there any rumors /
> anyone had experience with faster clusters, on faster networks? I
> wonder how Ceph can get ("it depends"), of course, but I wonder
> numbers people have seen.
> On Fri, Nov 10, 2017 at 10:31 AM, Denes Dolhay <denke at denkesys.com
> <mailto:denke at denkesys.com>> wrote:
> So you are using a 40 / 100 gbit connection all the way to your
> John's question is valid because 10 gbit = 1.25GB/s ...
> some ethernet, ip, tcp and protocol overhead take into account
> additional network factors and you are about there...
> On 11/10/2017 05:10 PM, Robert Stanford wrote:
>> The bandwidth of the network is much higher than that. The
>> bandwidth I mentioned came from "rados bench" output, under
>> "Bandwidth (MB/sec)" row. I see from comparing mine to others
>> online that mine is pretty good (relatively). But I'd like to
>> much more than that.
>> Does "rados bench" show a near maximum of what a cluster can
>> Or is it possible that I can tune it to get more bandwidth?
>> On Fri, Nov 10, 2017 at 3:43 AM, John Spray <jspray at redhat.com
>> <mailto:jspray at redhat.com>> wrote:
>> On Fri, Nov 10, 2017 at 4:29 AM, Robert Stanford
>> <rstanford8896 at gmail.com
<mailto:rstanford8896 at gmail.com>> wrote:
>> > In my cluster, rados bench shows about 1GB/s
>> I've done some
>> > tuning:
>> > [osd]
>> > osd op threads = 8
>> > osd disk threads = 4
>> > osd recovery max active = 7
>> > I was hoping to get much better bandwidth. My
>> handle it, and my
>> > disks are pretty fast as well. Are there any major
>> I can play with
>> > to increase what will be reported by "rados bench"?
>> pretty much stuck
>> > around the bandwidth it reported?
>> Are you sure your 1GB/s isn't just the NIC bandwidth
limit of the
>> client you're running rados bench from?
>> > Thank you
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