I have a particular performance problem under a system installed.
In the lab I have an old Microside + Dual Core machine 1GB RAM with 40gb HD
a newer machine HP DL 380 G5 4GB RAM and 500GB SAS under RAID 0 (4 disks)
P400i Smart Array Controller.
**Both with Linux Kernel 2 .4.37.9 and Postgresql 7.2**
Under a insertion test we get a performance of 2.5 secs under 2000 inserts
(table with a single char(50) column) in the IDE disk.
And 500GB RAID 0 (4 disks!) and 37.5 secs under the same test!
- All the postgresql.conf tuning possibles
- All the kernel tuning values possibles
- fstab mount options
- limits.conf values
- I/O tests with boonie++ that shows that P400 is superior than IDE - as
- 'massive' Google search combinations without answers
- Mandriva 2009.1: result is about 12 secs (but it need to be kernel 2.4
with PGSQL 7.2)
The real case:
~100k database insertions that runs in 2 min in the IDE, against ~40 minutes
(P400i) in the HP.
The same test in the HP Blade G5 P200 controller works fine.
Thanks for any answers/analisys.
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