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Re: [dm-devel] understanding of multipathing and speed



Can't it  just be the max disk perf is reached during the second test,
adding extra paths won't be of any help or maybe could worsen the
expected perfs ....



2010/7/6 Christophe Varoqui <christophe varoqui gmail com>:
>> routing points to the correct interface per network. Maybe my test
>> (bonnie++)
>>
>> is not an appropriate one to show the difference in speed?
>>
> an interesting data point would be a perf run when iet target has only one
> target port on a bonded interface a multipath on client side.
>
> And maybe the other combinations. Th eset combinations would be :
> - client bonded, target not bonded
> - client bonded, target bonded (i understand this is the scenario with good
> performance you reported earlier)
> - client not bonded, target not bonded (perf expected from a single path in
> your testing)
> - client not bonded, target bonded
>
> the mixed setup would not be adequate for production as they require linked
> or single switch setups, but the information might help determine if the
> performance drop is due to multipath or iet multi-target.
>
> Bye.
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