[Unbound-users] High number of system context switches
janfrode at tanso.net
Fri Nov 14 12:13:57 CET 2014
I just got a question off-list if I could share my configuration,
by someone that was only able to get 15Kqps measured by query-perf,
on an 8 core, 8GB physical server, with libevent2. I prefer answering
on-list, in hope that others might chime :-)
I don't think there's anything special about our configuration:
An IBM HS22 blade, with two quad-core Intel E5620 (2.40GHz), with HT
enabled, and 18GB memory.
Software is RHEL6-latest, with unbound from EPEL
(unbound-1.4.22-1.el6.x86_64, libevent-1.4.13-4.el6.x86_64). Only system
tuning is increasing net.nf_conntrack_max to 524288, and
net.netfilter.nf_conntrack_udp_timeout to 10.
Full unbound.conf attached.
My 30Kqps number is from real usage, not benchmark. So we might maybe
be hitting cached entries more often than a synthetic benchmark.
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