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Re: [PATCHv2 RFC 0/4] virtio and vhost-net capacity handling



On Mon, Jun 13, 2011 at 07:02:27PM +0530, Krishna Kumar2 wrote:
> "Michael S. Tsirkin" <mst@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote on 06/07/2011 09:38:30 PM:
> 
> > > This is on top of the patches applied by Rusty.
> > >
> > > Warning: untested. Posting now to give people chance to
> > > comment on the API.
> >
> > OK, this seems to have survived some testing so far,
> > after I dropped patch 4 and fixed build for patch 3
> > (build fixup patch sent in reply to the original).
> >
> > I'll be mostly offline until Sunday, would appreciate
> > testing reports.
> 
> Hi Michael,
> 
> I ran the latest patches with 1K I/O (guest->local host) and
> the results are (60 sec run for each test case):

Hi!
Did you apply this one:
[PATCHv2 RFC 4/4] Revert "virtio: make add_buf return capacity remaining"
?

It turns out that that patch has a bug and should be reverted,
only patches 1-3 should be applied.

Could you confirm please?


> ___________________/
> #sessions   BW%       SD%
> ______________________________
> 1           -25.6     47.0
> 2           -29.3     22.9
> 4              .8     1.6
> 8             1.6     0
> 16          -1.6      4.1
> 32          -5.3      2.1
> 48           11.3    -7.8
> 64          -2.8      .7
> 96          -6.2      .6
> 128         -10.6     12.7
> ______________________________
> BW: -4.8     SD: 5.4
> 
> I tested it again to see if the regression is fleeting (since
> the numbers vary quite a bit for 1K I/O even between guest->
> local host), but:
> 
> ______________________________
> #sessions  BW%     SD%
> ______________________________
> 1          14.0    -17.3
> 2          19.9    -11.1
> 4          7.9     -15.3
> 8          9.6     -13.1
> 16         1.2     -7.3
> 32        -.6      -13.5
> 48        -28.7     10.0
> 64        -5.7     -.7
> 96        -9.4     -8.1
> 128       -9.4      .7
> ______________________________
> BW: -3.7     SD: -2.0
> 
> 
> With 16K, there was an improvement in SD, but
> higher sessions seem to slightly degrade BW/SD:
> 
> ______________________________
> #sessions  BW%      SD%
> ______________________________
> 1          30.9    -25.0
> 2          16.5    -19.4
> 4         -1.3      7.9
> 8          1.4      6.2
> 16         3.9     -5.4
> 32         0        4.3
> 48        -.5        .1
> 64         32.1    -1.5
> 96        -2.1      23.2
> 128       -7.4      3.8
> ______________________________
> BW: 5.0          SD: 7.5
> 
> 
> Thanks,
> 
> - KK
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