Category Archives: Benchmarking

Benchmarks for R510 Greenplum Nodes

gpcheckperf results from hammering against a couple of our R510s. The servers are setup with 12 3.5 600GB 15k SAS6 disks split into four virtual disks. The first 6 are one group and 50GB is split off for an OS … Continue reading

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Controller Setting for Greenplum

I brought another node into one of our clusters yesterday and it made me things of the controller setting I put on the system. In various systems we’ve used the PERC6/E, H700 and LSI-9260-8i controllers and I’ve found I on … Continue reading

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Disk performance and disk fragmentation

My last post had some statistics for a C2100 cluster we were running. Last night I did maintenance on a cluster that is running on R710 attached via PERC6/E controllers to a MD1120 array filled with 24 300GB disks (10k … Continue reading

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What kind of disk performance does your GP see?

During our regular maintenance widows I run a gpcheckperf to see where our disk speeds in the Greenplum cluster are coming in. This is a result from an C2100 with a single LSI 9260-8i ┬ácontroller. There are two virtual disk … Continue reading

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