Thank you, Jay.
When talking about flush rates, I think you mean the opposite of what was
"However very high application flush rates can lead to high latency when
the flush does occur."
However very low application flush rates (infrequent flushes) can lead to
high latency when the flush does occur.
On Thu, Jul 11, 2013 at 12:36 PM, Jay Kreps <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Probably it is very incomplete. I copied over much of the content from 0.7
> that is still applicable, but I added the following:
> 1. A section on data centers and mirroring
> 2. Removed the cut-and-pasted scala code in the monitoring section and just
> gave a high-level description of what we monitor
> 3. Added a lot of details about what we have learned about Linux, ext3,
> write latency, etc.
> Let me know any thoughts on how to improve this.