elliptics@eblob on 14-disks SAS raids
We got 2 servers (E5530, 16 cores, 24 Gb of RAM) with 14-disks SAS shelf converted into raid10 in each.
Uploaded 30 millions of records (record size varies from 5 to 20 kb) total of 370 Gb of data.
Fired with random requests and got this graph:
2000 rps within 130-150 ms, according to dynamics we could get more, but stopped test.
Will run longer with additional 60 millions of records (total of about 100 millions objects in the storage).
Eblob index must take all available RAM on such machine, with 15 millions of records on each (30 millions total) we get about 9.9 Gb of virtual memory and 8.7 Gb of ‘real’ mem.
Should fit 100 millions of records on 2 nodes perfectly :)
In a meantime I cooked up 2.9.1 release, its release candidate will pass final tests and I will make an announcement in a day or so. We got 30 internal releases prior this one already, its time to publish new shiny features in a new package.