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From Roger Schildmeijer <>
Subject Re: write performance thrift interfaces
Date Thu, 18 Mar 2010 18:08:09 GMT
Yes, 30 writes / s sounds a little bit poor. 

Maybe you could show your benchmark code? And what adjustments had to be done to the CF?

// Roger

On 18 mar 2010, at 19.03em, Martin Probst (RobHost Support) wrote:

> Hi,
> we've tested the write performance on a single and dual node cluster and the results
are strangely poor. We've got about 30 inserts per second which seems a little bit slow?!
The strange about is, that the node's we've used (single-cpu, 3gb ram, single disk) got a
load of 0.02-0.05 while the inserts run. There is no disk/network bottlenecks, no swapping.
The insert-script reads some values from stdin and inserts this values into cassandra. So
it seems thats the used thrift interface are the bootleneck (we've tested php, perl, java,
results a nearly the same). We've used version 0.5.1 and the default config with adjusted
> Are there some hints or suggestions?
> Cheers,
> Martin

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