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I have a situation when some DDOS attacks are putting my PHP server down. Occasionally.
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I wanted to share an issue (I guess I may be misunderstanding some concepts) that I’m facing with some benchmarks I’m doing to XFS setups, as we are going to recently migrate a service to a new instance and we would like to have the max. amount of IOPS possible.
We have a Gitolite instance that currently works with a 500GB io1 volume (25K IOPS), we would like to move this service to a new instance and I was considering the possibility of improving the underlying filesystem.
At this moment the filesystem the instance has it’s XFS on top of LVM on that single volume.
I have been doing some benchmarks on moving the service to an instance with:
- 8 volumes of 50GB – 2500IOPS each of those
These 8 volumes are included in the same LVM group in an stripped configuration. The commands I used to create this stripped setup are:
## Create the LVM PV's $ pvcreate /dev/nvme(12345678)n1 ## Create the volume group: $ vgcreate test_vol /dev/nvme(12345678)n1 ## Create the stripe configuration: $ lvcreate --extents 100%FREE --stripes 8 --stripesize 256 --name test test_vol ## XFS format the new volume: $ mkfs.xfs /dev/mapper/test_vol-root -f
And that should be it. Now, benchmarks.
Running this fio test over this virtual volume:
io --name randwrite --ioengine=libaio --iodepth=2 --rw=randwrite --bs=4k --size=400G --numjobs=8 --runtime=300 --group_reporting --filename=/test/testfile --fallocate=none
Shows the following report:
Jobs: 8 (f=8): (w(8))(100.0%)(w=137MiB/s)(w=35.1k IOPS)(eta 00m:00s) randwrite: (groupid=0, jobs=8): err= 0: pid=627615: Wed Nov 25 13:15:33 2020 write: IOPS=23.0k, BW=93.7MiB/s (98.2MB/s)(27.4GiB/300035msec); 0 zone resets slat (usec): min=2, max=132220, avg=141.07, stdev=2149.78 clat (usec): min=3, max=132226, avg=143.46, stdev=2150.25
Which is not bad at all, but executing the very same
fio benchmark on another instance with a single volume of 500GB (25K IOPS) shows:
Jobs: 8 (f=8): (w(8))(100.0%)(w=217MiB/s)(w=55.6k IOPS)(eta 00m:00s) randwrite: (groupid=0, jobs=8): err= 0: pid=11335: Wed Nov 25 12:54:57 2020 write: IOPS=48.2k, BW=188MiB/s (198MB/s)(55.2GiB/300027msec); 0 zone resets slat (usec): min=2, max=235750, avg=130.69, stdev=1861.69
Which is by far much better output than the stripped setup.
We are going to use this instance to host an internal Git server, so I was assuming than an stripped setup would be much better than an instance with a single volume, but those benchmarks show the best setup (in terms of IOPS/bandwidth) is the one with the single disk.
Am I assuming anything wrong? Will the stripped setup work better for random writers(ie. not running out of IOPS)
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I’m looking for the best way to get access to a service running in container in ECS cluster “A” from another container running in ECS cluster “B”.
I don’t want to make any ports public.
Currently I found a way to have it working in the same VPC – by adding security group of instance of cluster “B” to inbound rule of security group of cluster “A”, after that services from cluster “A” are available in containers running in “B” by ‘private ip address’.
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