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SubjectRe: splice/vmsplice performance test results
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On Wed, 2006-11-22 at 09:57 +0100, Jens Axboe wrote:
> On Tue, Nov 21 2006, Jim Schutt wrote:
[snip]
> >
> > Hmmm. Is it worth me trying to do some sort of kernel
> > profiling to see if there is anything unexpected with
> > my setup? If so, do you have a preference as to what
> > I would use?
>
> Not sure that profiling would be that interesting, as the problem
> probably lies in where we are _not_ spending the time. But it certainly
> can't hurt. Try to oprofile the kernel for a 10-20 sec interval while
> the test is running. Do 3 such runs for the two test cases
> (write-to-file, vmsplice/splice-to-file).
>

OK, I've attached results for 20 second profiles of three
runs of each test: read-from-socket + write-to-file, and
read-from-socket + vmsplice/splice-to-file.

The test case and throughput is in the name: e.g. rvs-1-306MBps
is trial 1 of read/vmsplice/splice case, which ran at 306 MB/s.

Let me know if I can help with more testing, and thanks
again for looking into this.

-- Jim Schutt
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