steve at terracottatech.com
Sun Jan 25 10:55:40 PST 2009
One challenge I have is I don't know all the red 5 stuff that well. Really
just the basics. I was wondering if maybe we could do a webex or something
where you could update me and a few of my guys and the terminology, the
integration and what not. That way I can give more helpful responses :-).
Does that make sense?
Daniel Rossi wrote:
> On 26/01/2009, at 5:24 AM, sharrissf wrote:
>> our cluster has 32 4 gig core duo's for running the Red5 nodes plus
>> so 16 gig
>> core boxes
>> for running the terracotta L2 (our server).
> Sounds intense. Is that in a edge / origin setup, how are you suppose
> to manage such a thing and keen it updated all at once !
>> We also have a bunch of nodes we use for generating load that are
>> quite big.
>> One learns so much
>> by running scaled out and under load for a few hours. Whether one
>> locking bottlenecks, unnecessary clustering, memory leaks, better GC
>> settings or design problems. If you have something driven by JMeter
>> exercises things well I'd love to get it in house so we can take a
>> look. I
>> like having uniform machines that are dedicated so that what ever we
>> see we
>> know is from our test ;-).
>> BTW, on the cpu spike thing, we can definitely look at that with
>> you. One
>> thing that helps track those down can be to just take some thread
>> dumps of
>> the high cpu machine and see where time is being spent. Might be
> Ahh OK maybe duo core 2 might have been better plan plain old P4. We
> don't get cpu spikes anymore, however without the terracotta thing
> with a smaller cpu system, it is still acting as a dedicated machine
> so risks of being maxed out, so we have 3 bigger dedicated machines
> right now under a load balancer, it does between 5-20%. Although for a
> beasty machine I was expecting it to be under 10% at least especially
> when before we were using red5, we had windows media machines running
> on the p4 spec servers and was only doing 1-5%.
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