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An analytic performance model of disk arrays and its application

An analytic performance model of disk arrays and its application

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Published by Computer Science Division (EECS), University of California, Berkeley, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Technical Information Service, distributor in Berkeley, Calif, [Washington, DC, Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Microprocessors.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementEdward K. Lee and Randy H. Katz.
    SeriesNASA contractor report -- NASA CR-189964.
    ContributionsKatz, Randy H., 1955-, United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15374596M

    performance. We propose a new approach to 1/0 performance analysis. First, we propose a self-scaling benchmark that dynamically adjusts aspects of its workload according to the perfor-mance characteristic of the system being measured, By doing so, the benchmark automatically scales across current and future systems. For best performance, operating system files should be on a disk array that does not include the SQL Server data files (MDBs or LDFs). In addition, they should be located on a disk array that supports either RAID 1, 5, or Generally, I install, as most people do, the operating system on drive C: of the server.   All-flash vs disk storage: 10 reasons why flash is the way forward the level of performance all-flash storage arrays are capable of delivering to . Best Practices for a Data Warehouse on Oracle Database 11g Page 6 servers are connected to 8 disk arrays using 2 8-port switches. Note that the system needs to be configured such that each node in the RAC configuration can access all disk arrays. Using our heuristic calibration number of MB/sec per core, each node can drive MB/sec of IO.


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An Analytic Performance Model of Disk Arrays and its Application. analytical performance models of disk arrays are difficult to formulate due to the presence of queuing and fork-join. Unfortunately, analytic performance models of disk arrays are difficult to formulate due to the presence of queuing and fork-join synchronization; a disk array request is broken up into inde- pendent disk requests which must all complete to satisfy the disk array request.

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OpenURL. Abstract. Keyphrases. analytic performance model disk array Powered by. In particular, performance models can be invaluable in both configuring and designing disk arrays. Accurate analytic performance models are desirable over other types of models because they can be quickly evaluated, are applicable under a wide range of system and workload parameters, and can be manipulated by a range of mathematical techniques.

Get this from a library. An analytic performance model of disk arrays and its application. [Edward K Lee; Randy H Katz; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.]. In particular, performance models can be invaluable in both configuring and designing disk arrays.

Accurate analytic performance models are desirable over other types of models because they can be quickly evaluated, are applicable under a wide range of system and workload parameters, and can be manipulated by a range of mathematical : Randy H.

Katz and Edward K. Lee. 2 Disk Array Performance Model We use queueing network models to analyze a disk ar-ray’s performance since components common to all disk arrays can be explicitly modeled as service centers of the queueing network, while the complexities and details of specific (proprietary) disk array architectures can be cap-tured in the model’s input values.

In this dissertation, we present an analytic performance model for non-redundant disk arrays and a new technique based on utilization profiles for analyzing the performance of redundant disk arrays.

In both cases, we provide applications of our work. Performance Analysis of Disk Arrays Under Failure* Richard R. Muntz and John C.S. Lui UCLA Computer Science Department, LA, CAUSA Abstract Disk arrays (RAID) have been proposed as a possi- ble approach to solving the emerging I/O bottleneck problem.

The performance of a RAID system when. PERFORMANCE EVALUATION An International journal ELSEVIER Performance Evaluation 22 () Data integrity analysis of disk array systems with analytic modeling of coverage A Manish Malhotra a'*, Kishor S.

Trivedi b a Department of Computer Science, Duke University, Durham, NCUSA b Department of Electrical Engineering, Duke University, Durham, NCUSA Cited by: In this paper, we propose an analytic performance model of hybrid disk array systems for a given I/O workload.

With the help of the analytic model, we can determine the three important design parameters of a hybrid disk array system in order to meet the mean I/O response time : Chan-Ik Park, Kyung Sook Hwang. The data that was on the failed disk is regenerated or reconstructed from the remaining disks and placed on the hot spare, after which array performance and reliability resume normal levels.

Application Characteristics and Considerations. Understanding application behavior is essential for both storage subsystem planning and performance analysis. Disk Array Models in Minerva Arif Merchant, Guillermo A. Alvarez Computer Systems and Technology Laboratory HP Laboratories Palo Alto HPL May 7th, * E-mail: {arif, galvarez} @ storage systems, disk arrays, analytical models Enterprise storage systems typically depend on disk arrays to.

operating point, and show that a control strategy based on our model achieves near-optimal performance for a number of real-world block traces. Categories and Subject Descriptors B [Memory Structures]: Performance Analysis and Design Aids—formal models, simulation; D [Storage Management]: Garbage collection.

Next, the article describes seven disk array architectures, called RAID (Redundant Arrays of Inexpensive Disks) levels 0–6 and compares their performance, cost, and reliability. It goes on to discuss advanced research and implementation topics such as refining the basic RAID levels to improve performance and designing algorithms to maintain data : M ChenPeter, K LeeEdward, A GibsonGarth, H KatzRandy, A PattersonDavid.

been developed for disk systems, research on reliability analysis for energy-efficient parallel disk systems is still in its infancy. In this paper, we make use of a Markov process to develop a. performance disk array that uses RAID technology Storage that unlocks high processing performance, facilitates implementation, and simplifies management in virtual environments A NAS products.

that uses a high-performance, high-reliability file server and a single disk array to enable SAN and NAS to coexist Tape equipment that features. Thomasian and J. Menon. Performance analysis of RAID5 disk arrays with a vacationing server model for rebuild mode operation.

In Proceedings of the 10th IEEE International Conference on Data Engineering (ICDE'94). Google Scholar Digital Library; A. Thomasian and A. N Author: ThomasianAlexander.

This paper presents a Stochastic Petri Nets (SPN) model that can be used to evaluate the performance of the object-based storage. But the problem of state space’s explosion of SPN limits its ability to analyze complex and large-scale : Qun Liu, Dan Feng. We provide a stochastic analysis of hard disk performance, including a closed form solution for the average access time of a memory request.

The model we use covers a wide range of types and applications of disks, and in particular it captures modern innovations like zone bit recording. The derivation is based on an analytical technique we call shuffling , which greatly Cited by: 8.

This paper proposes a holistic approach for validating the proposed performance model of an embedded storage array. The holistic approach will mostly cover how the configuration and component architecture of storage array and tools are to be used for validation of mathematical model along with application workloads.

BASICS OF DISK I/O PERFORMANCE This technical documentation is aimed at the persons responsible for the disk I/O performance of Fujitsu PRIMERGY servers.

The document is intended to help understand disk I/O measuring methods and performance data. Parity logging provides performance competitive with mirroring, the best of the alternative single failure tolerating disk array organizations.

However, its overhead cost is close to the minimum offered by RAID level 5. Finally, parity logging can exploit data caching much more effectively than all. We describe a hybrid mirrored disk organization patented by LSI Logic Corp. and compare its performance, reliability, and performability with traditional mirrored RAID1 disk organizations and RAID(4+ℓ), ℓ≥1.

LSI RAID has the same level of redundancy as mirrored disks, but also utilizes parity coding. Unlike RAID1, which cannot tolerate all two disk failures, LSI RAID similarly to Cited by: 9. We provide a stochastic analysis of hard disk performance, including a closed form solution for the average access time of a memory request.

The model we use covers a wide range of types and applications ofdisks, and in particular it capturesmoderninnovations like zone bit recording. High Performance Computing at CMA Disk Array. NFS. Server. Mass Data Storage System. CPU Usage Increased yearly 2X Low level in holidays.

Job Relative stable. User/Centre. Model/Top user. Resource distribution by model applications Top 10 user occupy. the most resource. Storage Usage. MDSS more than GPFS Top 3 centers: NMC/NCC/CAMS. of IBM Power and servers and DS disk arrays in this bracket.

Figure 3: Average Three-year Costs for Use of IBM Power Systems and Oracle Exadata Database Platform by Oracle Exadata Rack Size 2, 1, 1, 2, 1,+ IBM Power Systems & disk arrays. Analytical Performance Modeling is a method to model the behaviour of a system in a spreadsheet.

It is used in Software performance allows evaluation of design options and system sizing based on actual or anticipated business usage. cost in performance. We show that this is unnecessary. By trading away a fraction of the enormous reliability provided by disk arrays, it is possible to achieve performance that is almost as good as a non-parity-protected set of disks.

In particular, ourAFRAID design eliminates the small-update penalty that plagues traditionalRAID 5 disk by: storage array (disk array): A storage array, also called a disk array, is a data storage system that is used for block-based, file-based or object storage.

The term is used to describe dedicated storage hardware that contains spinning hard disk drives (HDDs) and/or solid-state disk drives. performance decreases, or symptom of a trouble is seen, use this function to display the performance information of disk array and disk array components, and identify the cause of decreased performances or a fault.

For details of components composing disk array, refer to “Hardware” in the “NEC Storage Manager Manual Guide”. RAID models is capable of describing and predicting its performance effectively.

We introduced a new analytical queueing method-ology for this purpose in [6], [25] and this is still the only one addressing such a complex disk array, to our best knowledge.

Any analytical performance mod-elling of storage systems is concerned with expressing. A Simple Performance Model In this section we present the simple performance model used by the RAID paper to compare RAID Levels.

First, some terminology is needed. A user request to read or write data is called a logical request. A physical request refers to a logical request after it has been mapped onto the disk array. Often, due to.

EMC upgrades disk arrays By Kevin Komiega EMC has doubled the performance and storage capacities of several of its hardware platforms with the rollout of new models of the Symmetrix DMX-3, Clariion CX3 UltraScale series, Celerra NS NAS platform, and its enterprise disk library.

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INTRODUCTION In the IBM Storage portfolio, IBM has two FlashSystem products that emphasize on application performance– the FlashSystem model designed as the premier high performance storage, and our. subsystems: a direct-attached disk, a RAID array and a SAN.

Section 4 discusses how we model the virtual machine performance of a simple file system workload, and then Section 5 shows how we model the performance of a more complex application, a commercial mail server benchmark.

We present related work in Section 6 and our conclusions and. target was disk arrays, which introduced a great many complications in the performance models for various RAID levels [Varki]. Hard work on analytical device models eventually addressed these [Uysal].

Nonetheless, the time required to generate a set of calibrated storage device models proved troubling – as did the fact that it. In a data center, you use standard archival storage media types, such as magnetic tape media, a storage disk array, or both, for archival data that must be retained long-term for business or legal purposes.

Each of these storage types has its drawbacks: Storage disk arrays can be expensive. Nonredundant Arrays (RAID 0) An array with RAID 0 includes two or more disk drives and provides data striping, where data is distributed evenly across the disk drives in equal-sized r, RAID 0 arrays do not maintain redundant data, so they offer no data protection.

Compared to an equal-sized group of independent disks, a RAID 0 array provides improved I/O performance. High Performance Mass Storage and Parallel I/O fills the need for a readily accessible single reference source on the subject of high performance, large-scale storage and delivery systems, specifically the use of Redundant Arrays of Inexpensive Disks (RAID) that are Cited by:   5 November Design and performance analysis of the police geographic information system with B/S architecture.

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Sun.EMC Symmetrix DMX Series Disk Arrays Summary EMC announced several enhancements to its Symmetrix DMX Series in Julyincluding a new high-end model, a new entry-point to the series, iSCSI support, FICON support and more replication capabilities.

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