In playing around with the continuous ingest collection of code (ingest,
walkers, batchwalkers, scanners and agitators), I found myself blindly
guessing at how many of each of these processes I should use.
Are there some generic thoughts as to what might be an ideal saturation
point for N tservers?
I initially split my hosts 4 ways and ran (N/4) of each process (ingest,
walkers, batchwalkers, and scanners), ratcheting down the number of
threads ingest and batchwalkers (to avoid saturating CPU and memory).
Should I try to balance (query threads * query clients) + (ingest
threads * ingest clients) against the available threads per host and
adjust the BatchWriter send buffers similarly in regard to memory available?
I appreciate anyone's insight.
Eric Newton 2012-12-20, 01:59
Josh Elser 2012-12-20, 02:02