Talks

Talk in EnglishOn one source of latency in NFSv4 client

October 21, 15:50
Room III

4 Votes: I’m interested!

Due to VFS architecture limitation, Linux NFSv4 and 4.1 client cannot join RPC requests into compounds even in cases when it is allowed by protocol specification. This leads to the high sensitivity to the network latency and loss of performance on metadata-intensive operations, especially on workloads when many small files are opened. Similar issue exist in other Unix-like kernels. We produced an implementation of modified VFS and NFS client that shows measurable improvement of latency and general throughput on synthetic metadata-intensive tests, even with standard NFS servers.

The presentation would be interesting for system programmers and performance expersts in areas of application, cloud infrastructure and network storage performance.

Dmitry Irtegov

Docent, Head of laboratory, Novosibirsk State University

Education: physical department of Novosibirsk State University, 1992

Teaching course “Operating systems” and number of others in Novosibirsk State University

Participated in joint scientific and educational projects of NSU with Novosoft, Parallels, Odin, JetBrains

Pavel Belousov

Graduate student, Novosibirsk State University

Second year magistrant (graduate student) at mechanical-mathematical department of Novosibirsk State University

Alexander Fal

Graduate student, Novosibirsk State University

Second-year magistrant (graduate student) at department of information technologies of Nofosibirsk State University

Alexey Fedosenko

Student, Novosibirsk State University

Student at department of information technologies of Novosibirsk State University

Sponsors & Partners

Sponsors

Gold

JetBrainsFirst Line Software

Silver

Dell EMCDINSVeeam Software

Embedded

Auriga

Sponsors

I.T. GroupT-SystemsUnited Frontal System Program

Individual

Andrey Terekhov

Partners

Main partners

AP KITRUSSOFT

In cooperation

Association for Computing MachineryACM Special Interest Group on Software Engineering

Technical partners

CUSTISSoftInvent7pap StudioHosting-CenterGroup MPrezentPrint SalonDPI.Solutions

With support of

RAEC

Organizers

Software Russiai-Help