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Tag line, tag line Perforce Benchmark with PAM over NFS, FCP & iSCSI Bikash R. Choudhury
© 2008 NetApp. All rights reserved. 2 Perforce Testing with Performance Acceleration Module Goal –Compare Perforce benchmark results with and without PAM –Compare Perforce benchmark results over NFS v/s iSCSI v/s FCP Measured performance of metadata on NetApp storage with and without PAM –Entire feature set not considered –Tests conducted under controlled environment
© 2008 NetApp. All rights reserved. 3 Executive Summary Result –40% to 90% READ performance improvements with PAM –For READ performance, NFS slightly faster than iSCSI and FCP without PAM Application is single threaded; iSCSi/FCP on ext3 with 4k block size is less effective than NFS with 64k blocks Host side cache gets flushed; NFS (file access) is faster than iSCSI (blocks) served out of WAFL cache –For WRITE performance, iSCSI is 7x faster than NFS –Typical Perforce workload : 70% READ, 30% WRITE
© 2008 NetApp. All rights reserved. 4 Deltas Benchmark – READ workload 4 SYNC TestINTEGRATE Test DIR Test 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 0.2 0.4 0.6 0.8 Time in Seconds 88% 75% 0.4 0.8 1.2 1.6 36% NFS Time in Seconds 0 0.2 0.4 1 0.6 0.8 0 20 40 80 60 2.5 0 0.5 1 2 1.5 iSCSI Time in Seconds 91% 76% 43% Response time improvements are averages across 2, 6, and 3 tests for Dir, Integrate and Sync test respectively 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 0 0.2 0.4 0.6 0.8 Time in Seconds 96%85% 0 0.4 0.8 1.2 1.6 61% FCP Time in Seconds FAS 3070 With PAM FAS 3070 without PAM
© 2008 NetApp. All rights reserved. 5 Branchsubmit Benchmark – WRITE workload The test does "submit" of the change list action (p4 submit -c ) that holds approximately a dozen locks on the database tables for update purposes. –FCP 11 seconds – Elapsed time (time taken for each command to complete) 13500 files/sec – Commit rate (rate @ which files are written to disk) –iSCSI 14 seconds – Elapsed time 14,000 files/sec – Commit rate –NFS 50 seconds – Elapsed Time 2000 files/sec – Commit rate
© 2008 NetApp. All rights reserved. 6 Perforce Architecture
© 2008 NetApp. All rights reserved. 7 Perforce Architecture Metadata DB – Files that compose the Perforce database Journal Files - A record of all transactions performed by the server after the last checkpoint was created Versioned Files (Depot) - Store the file revisions. LOG – Contain the error output files
© 2008 NetApp. All rights reserved. 8 Test Descriptions Deltas Benchmark (READ test) –Used NetApp Eng. IT real production data to generate the p4 database and journal files for this test –DIR, INTEGRATE, SYNC tests generate READ workload INTEGRATE / DIR scans/parses/reads the different revisions of the code from the p4 database with and without use of locks SYNC test downloads selected file(s) from the DEPOT to their client workspace –Odd and Even-numbered Integrates use related data Related data already in NetApp cache (memory + PAM) for even- numbered integrates –Demonstrates great performance improvement when data is already present in NetApp cache Branchsubmit Benchmark (WRITE Test) –Used Perforce’s Reference Dataset –Heavy WRITEs with limited READs; Single threaded Sets exclusive locks on files for writes Faster writes release locks for user read requests
© 2008 NetApp. All rights reserved. PAM Settings There are three modes of operations for PAM –Default –Metadata –Low Priority Mainly used in RANDOM read workloads The actual application data is seldom reused in a timely manner – hence caching helps!! –The random nature of the p4 workload tends to use more metadata
© 2008 NetApp. All rights reserved. 10 NetApp Storage ControllerFAS3070 – AA Cluster OSDataONTAP Release 7.3 Cache8 GB NetApp Drive Shelves One shelf with fourteen 300Gb 15k drives on each head Drive Access Protocol ISCSI NFS – Both over 1 gigabit interface FCP PAM1 PCI Slot (16GB) NetApp Storage Specifications
© 2008 NetApp. All rights reserved. 11 Perforce Host Specifications OSRedhat Enterprise Linux 5 update 2 Kernel2.6.18-88.el5xen #1 SMP NFS mount options rw,nfsvers=3,bg,hard,rsize=65536,wsize=65536, acregmin=3600,acregmax=3600,acdirmin=7200, acdirmax=7200,proto=tcp,nointr,nolock,timeo=600, retrans=5 Initiator for iSCSISoftware initiator Memory32Gb Processor(s)8 way Intel Xeon quad Core 2.00GHz
© 2008 NetApp. All rights reserved. 12 Hardware Connections Two filesystems mounted over NFSv3 from one FAS3070 head with 1 PAM Two iSCSI LUNs mounted from another FAS3070 head with 1 PAM card Two FCP LUNs mounted from same FAS3070 head with 1 PAM card Both NFS & iSCSI connections are over single dedicated 1Gb Ethernet The FCP target and initiator were connected back-to- back The NFS filesystems, iSCSI and FCP LUNs were mounted to one single host running Perforce 2007.3 on RHEL5update2.
© 2008 NetApp. All rights reserved. Key Takeaways - PAM PAM is needed where you want to reach high performance –With few spindles in workloads –With small blocks –Random read workload –A lot of metadata READ ops
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