Performance Prediction and Optimization using Linux/Cgroups with IO Throttle - Yuzuru Maya, Hitachi
With the progress of server consolidation, we tend to operate important applications (APs) and normal APs in the same server. The important APs need the real-time performance and IO performance strictly. In this presentation, I propose the resource optimized method which predicts I/O throughput and latency with regression analysis and feedback function. I evaluate Linux/cgroups in latency and IO throughput with fio benchmark. This method can optimize the computing resources according to each AP requirement.
Hitachi, Ltd., Yokohama Research Laboratory
I joined Hitachi, Ltd in 1980 and received a Ph.D. degree in engineering from Ehime University on high availability methods for distributed systems in 2000. After research and development on NAS (network attached storage) and secure platform which consists of Xen and access control, I researched control systems based on Linux. I have been working on Linux/cgroups which consists of resource management and access control since 2010 and propose enhanced cgroups functions related to cloud... Read More →
Monday November 5, 2012 11:05am - 11:50am
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