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Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization 3.1 + Red Hat Storage 2 performance: For a single RHEV host
This performance study, done by the performance engineering group, is one of a series intended to obtain performance data that can be used for several purposes:
- Determine scalability limits for Red Hat® Enterprise Virtualization and Red Hat Storage.
- Provide recommendations to customers about the ratio of Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization hosts to Gluster servers, number of guests per Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization host, tuning of Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization hosts if any, and tuning of guests if any.
Understand I/O bottlenecks and identify optimizations.