all, after i upgraded a physical server (SUN FIRE X4170) from CentOS 6.8 to 7.2 i am not able to get the same iSCSI read performance. the server is connected to HP P2000 Storage via 2 x 1GbE Ethernet. CentOS 6.8 gives me full read performance on ..
With the release of the Rasberry Pi 3.x, I think we have a platform I could jump on board with. Performance has just been lacking until now! But I really dont want to jump the RH ship – Id rather stick with an environment I am comfortable in. Can anyb..
I do have two CentOS 6.6 servers. With a performance optimized rsync Iget an speed of 15 – 20 MB/sThe options I use are:rsync -aHAXxv –numeric-ids –progress -e ssh -T -c arcfour -o Compression=no -xIf I copy files by smb to/from the servers I do ..
Would anyone be so kind as to test the performance of TCP streams on Windows 2k8R2 guests of KVM virt servers?virtio-win-1.6.3 was published to address a problem described as low performance on Win2k8 guests.Actual performance was not recorded in ..
Now I have a Windows 2008 Server and a tomcat 6.x on it. Our application has many many parts and its very big.Actually we are not happy with tomcat performance, (We are working very hard on developing that software and improving performance). We wan..
recently I noticed, that we have some performance issues regarding our central samba fileserver. Red Hat EL 5.8, samba3x-3.5.10-0.109.Doing a rsync, scp or accessing a share from a client and copy large files (e.g. 3 GB ISO), I do get a read / wr..
On a 32bit Windows 2008 Server guest VM on a CentOS 5 host, iometer reported a disk write speed of 37MB/s The same VM on a CentOS 6 host reported 0.3MB/s. i.e. The VM was unusable. Write performance in a CentOS 6 VM was also much worse, but it w..