On 7 Feb 2008, at 15:08, Vincent Cunniffe wrote:
> John Moylan wrote:
>> NFS writes are slower on Centos 5 than 4 . NFS reads are alot faster
>> on 5 than 4
NFS version what? More info required my friend. What is the server
configured as, what are the clients using for mounts etc.
>>>> With Apache on Centos 5 my test server can only serve 30% of the
>> requests per second that my Centos4 test server can, even though it
>> has double the number of cores and 2.5times more RAM.
Apache, as well eh. keeping it real (whatever that means, but its US
election times, init?)
Sounds like the two probs may be related, I/O issue? Dunno, more info
>>> Sounds like release versions changing write cache settings?
Could be caching related, cannot comment without further info. Come on
John boy, we know you are good for it.
What's you base I/O like? has that also degraded?
>> Not sure how relevant all of this is to browsing using firefox
>> Not very, but interesting nonetheless. Anyway, if we stay on topic
> people get bored ;-)
Indeed, changed the subject for you as well.
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