-RE: SOLR: Replication
Fuad Efendi 2010-01-03, 16:27
Thank you Yonik, excellent WIKI! I'll try without APR, I believe it's
environmental issue; 100Mbps switched should do 10 times faster (current
replica speed is 1Mbytes/sec)
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> On Sat, Jan 2, 2010 at 11:35 PM, Fuad Efendi <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > I tried... I set APR to improve performance... server is slow while
> > but "top" shows only 1% of I/O wait... it is probably environment
> So you're saying that stock tomcat (non-native APR) was also 10 times
> > but the same happened in my home-based network, rsync was 10 times
> > I don't know details of HTTP-replica, it could be base64 or something
> > that; RAM-buffer, flush to disk, etc.
> The HTTP replication is using binary.
> If you look here, it was benchmarked to be nearly as fast as rsync:
> It does do a fsync to make sure that the files are on disk after
> downloading, but that shouldn't make too much difference.