shared_buffers = 80000
fsync = on
max_fsm_pages = 350000
max_connections = 1000
work_mem = 65536
effective_cache_size = 610000
random_page_cost = 3
Here is pgbench I used:
pgbench -c 10 -t 10000 -d HQDB
From: Joshua D. Drake [mailto:jd(at)commandprompt(dot)com]
Sent: Monday, August 21, 2006 6:09 PM
To: Marty Jia
Subject: Re: [PERFORM] How to get higher tps
Marty Jia wrote:
> I'm exhausted to try all performance tuning ideas, like following
> I believe all above have right size and values, but I just can not get
> higher tps more than 300 testd by pgbench
What values did you use?
> Here is our hardware
> Dual Intel Xeon 2.8GHz
> 6GB RAM
> Linux 2.4 kernel
> RedHat Enterprise Linux AS 3
> 200GB for PGDATA on 3Par, ext3
> 50GB for WAL on 3Par, ext3
> With PostgreSql 8.1.4
> We don't have i/o bottle neck.
Are you sure? What does iostat say during a pgbench? What parameters are
you passing to pgbench?
Well in theory, upgrading to 2.6 kernel will help as well as making your
WAL ext2 instead of ext3.
> Whatelse I can try to better tps? Someone told me I can should get tps
> over 1500, it is hard to believe.
1500? Hmmm... I don't know about that, I can get 470tps or so on my
measily dual core 3800 with 2gig of ram though.
Joshua D. Drake
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