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SubjectRe: [PATCH 11/12] readahead: nfsd support
On Sat, Dec 17, 2005 at 11:05:22AM +1100, Greg Banks wrote:
> On Fri, Dec 16, 2005 at 09:07:49PM +0800, Wu Fengguang wrote:
> > ------------------------------------------------------------------------
> > Here is some test output(8 nfsd; local mount with tcp,rsize=8192):
>
> What are the numbers when you use a more realistic rsize like 32768?

Here they are. The normal data are now much better, and come close to that of
the serialized ones.

NORMAL

readahead_ratio = 8, ra_max = 1024kb (old logic)
48.36s real 2.22s system 1.51s user 7209+4110 cs diff $NFSFILE $NFSFILE2
readahead_ratio = 70, ra_max = 1024kb (new logic)
30.04s real 2.46s system 1.33s user 5420+2492 cs diff $NFSFILE $NFSFILE2

readahead_ratio = 8, ra_max = 1024kb
92.99s real 10.32s system 3.23s user 145004+1826 cs diff -r $NFSDIR $NFSDIR2 > /dev/null
readahead_ratio = 70, ra_max = 1024kb
90.96s real 10.68s system 3.22s user 144414+2520 cs diff -r $NFSDIR $NFSDIR2 > /dev/null

SERIALIZED

readahead_ratio = 8, ra_max = 1024kb
47.58s real 2.10s system 1.27s user 7933+1357 cs diff $NFSFILE $NFSFILE2
readahead_ratio = 70, ra_max = 1024kb
29.46s real 2.41s system 1.38s user 5590+2613 cs diff $NFSFILE $NFSFILE2

readahead_ratio = 8, ra_max = 1024kb
93.02s real 10.67s system 3.25s user 144850+2286 cs diff -r $NFSDIR $NFSDIR2 > /dev/null
readahead_ratio = 70, ra_max = 1024kb
91.15s real 11.04s system 3.31s user 144432+2814 cs diff -r $NFSDIR $NFSDIR2 > /dev/null

Regards,
Wu
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