[OpenAFS] File server memory requirements

Matt W. Benjamin matt@linuxbox.com
Sun, 19 Jun 2011 16:32:07 -0400 (EDT)

One way you can take deterministic advantage of more memory in today's fileservers (caveat, if you have the workload) is to increase the number of callbacks supported.  If you're not already setting a million or so, for rw file service, you might consider increasing that parameter.


----- "Jaap Winius" <jwinius@umrk.nl> wrote:

> Okay, so a memory cache, like a disk cache, is just client stuff. But,
> this still leaves me wondering how to tell when an OpenAFS file server
> is happy with the memory that it has and when it is better to give it 
> more.
> Cheers,
> Jaap
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