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From Satoshi Hikida <sahik...@gmail.com>
Subject Is there any way to throttle the memtable flushing throughput?
Date Tue, 11 Oct 2016 17:23:43 GMT
Hi,

I'm investigating the read/write performance of the C* (Ver. 2.2.8).
However, I have an issue about memtable flushing which forces the spiky
write throughput. And then it affects the latency of the client's requests.

So I want to know the answers for the following questions.

1. Is there any way that throttling the write throughput of the memtable
flushing? If it exists, how can I do that?
2. Is there any way to reduce the spike of the write bandwidth during the
memtable flushing?
   (I'm in trouble because the delay of the request increases when the
spike of the write bandwidth occurred)

I'm using one C* node for this investigation. And C* runs on an EC2
instance (2vCPU, 4GB memory), In addition, I attach two magnetic disks to
the instance, one stores system data(root file system.(/)), the other
stores C* data (data files and commit logs).

I also changed a few configurations.
- commitlog_sync: batch
- commitlog_sync_batch_window_in_ms: 2
(Using default value for the other configurations)


Regards,
Satoshi

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