slow 2 node cluster
aphyr at aphyr.com
Sun Nov 20 14:27:04 EST 2011
On 11/20/2011 05:19 AM, Catalin Constantin wrote:
> The connection between servers is 10MBytes / sec not 10Mbit / sec.
Are you sure? To my knowledge almost no ethernet gear runs at 10 MB/s.
It's almost always 10, 100, 1000, or 10000 Mb/s.
It may be your n_val. If it's the default (3), one of your two machines
has to handle that third replica. That'll cut your throughput
significantly. Finally, your disks may be the bottleneck. I'd take a
look at iostat and look for significant (on our servers, 2.6% meant we
were thrashing) IO_WAIT time on the riak beam.smp process.
> One row of data looks like this:
> 309819178dazoot at gmail.com
> <mailto:dazoot at gmail.com>55942dzt1home2011-05-3116:22:102011-09-07
> I use Protobuf transport.
> If dw = 0 and w = 0 there is no wait for other replica nodes, right ?
> This should improve the write speed, correct ?
> On Sun, Nov 20, 2011 at 2:21 PM, Erik Søe Sørensen <ess at trifork.com
> <mailto:ess at trifork.com>> wrote:
> This depends quite a bit on the sizes of your objects.
> Supposing an average size of 2KB, and n=3: on each write, on average
> 1.5 of the replicas would be on the other node, implying inter-node
> network traffic of 1.5*2KB=3KB (and this is just in one direction).
> If your inter-node network connection is indeed 10Mbit ~ 1MB/s,
> then 300 writes/s * 3KB = 0.9MB/s would just about saturate the
> You may want to check the network utilization.
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> Subject: slow 2 node cluster
> I am trying to evaluate / run some tests on a 4 mil dataset.
> I have 2 nodes setup (different machines - 8GB ram each, I7 cpus).
> 10 MB connection between them.
> I am trying to insert data into riak using w=1 and dw=1 (also tried
> with dw = 0, w = 0).
> For each risk object i have 4 indexes (2 binary 2 int).
> Riak backend is leveldb.
> I can't get more than 300 inserts per second.
> I have also tried running 2 threads each hitting the different node.
> Nothing changed too much.
> Is this normal behavior ?
> Catalin Constantin
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