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From Kobe <...@mailcity.com>
Subject Re: Blob persistence performance: IGFS vs Oracle
Date Wed, 24 Feb 2016 23:08:26 GMT

I assume you mean that when there are large number of concurrent requests,
distributing ignite in a cluster distributes the load on multiple servers
and hence reduces the average latency.

However, I am not load testing - I am comparing the latency in a  single
request to persist the blob data
om two systems: a legacy system persisting the blob in an Oracle RDBMS and a
new system (identical in RAM and cores) that uses IGFS to persist.



dsetrakyan wrote
> How many Ignite nodes are you running in your cluster? Ignite is a
> distributed system, so the more nodes you add, the faster it should get.
> On Wed, Feb 24, 2016 at 2:39 PM, Kobe &lt;

> rk_@

> &gt; wrote:
>> Hello..
>> I am comparing the persistence of large blobs (megabytes) in Oracle
>> relational database vs. IGFS (1.5.0.final, DUAL_ASYNC, backed by
>> secondary
>> filesystem) on a 64 bit, 16GB RAM, 8 core RHEL6 VM.
>> I notice that the other parameters remaining constant, the time to
>> persist
>> the same blob in Oracle is a good 200 to 300ms faster than the time
>> needed
>> to persist the same blob on IGFS.
>> I am trying to investigate this further. However, are there any obvious
>> factors that may explain this paradox with IGFS? Is it possible that the
>> buffering of data by Oracle server in its shared memory is more efficient
>> that my attempt to persist the blob in IGFS?
>> Has anyone else encountered this surprising result?
>> thanks,
>> /Kobe
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