On 8/16/2011 8:35 PM, Ogden wrote:
> Hope all is well. I have received tremendous help from this list prior and therefore wanted some more advice.
> I bought some new servers and instead of RAID 5 (which I think greatly hindered our writing performance), I configured 6 SCSI 15K drives with RAID 10. This is dedicated to /var/lib/pgsql. The main OS has 2 SCSI 15K drives on a different virtual disk and also Raid 10, a total of 146Gb. I was thinking of putting Postgres' xlog directory on the OS virtual drive. Does this even make sense to do?
> The system memory is 64GB and the CPUs are dual Intel E5645 chips (they are 6-core each).
> It is a dedicated PostgreSQL box and needs to support heavy read and moderately heavy writes.
> Currently, I have this for the current system which as 16Gb Ram:
> max_connections = 350
> work_mem = 32MB
> maintenance_work_mem = 512MB
> wal_buffers = 640kB
> # This is what I was helped with before and made reporting queries blaze by
> seq_page_cost = 1.0
> random_page_cost = 3.0
> cpu_tuple_cost = 0.5
> effective_cache_size = 8192MB
> Any help and input is greatly appreciated.
> Thank you
What seems to be the problem? I mean, if nothing is broke, then don't
fix it :-)
You say reporting query's are fast, and the disk's should take care of
your slow write problem from before. (Did you test the write
performance?) So, whats wrong?
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