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Tuesday, May 14 • 2:30pm - 3:30pm
Benchmarking Linux Filesystems for Database Performance Revisited - K.S. Bhaskar, FIS

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At the Enterprise End User Summit in 2010, Bhaskar presented results of benchmarking filesystems for datababase performance using the 3n+1 problem on the GT.M database engine. Since that time, xfs and ext4 have been sped up, and btrfs is production grade. This presentation revisits the benchmark to provide updated results with a more recent Linux kernel, and with copy-on-write turned off for brfs. Time permitting, results from the 3n+1 benchmark will also be compared with results from iothrash, a pure ANSI C / POSIX file system benchmark which allows comparison across systems, even those without a GT.M implementation.
The intended audience is technical, those developing filesystems, and tuning filesystem performance, especially for update intensive applications like transaction processing databases.

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K.S. Bhaskar

K.S. Bhaskar works as a Development Director at FIS (NYSE:FIS), and manages FIS GT.M (http://fis-gtm.com) a NoSQL database with ACID transaction semantics for enterprise scale applications. GT.M underlies the largest real-time core-banking systems in the world, and is also used internationally in health care. An engineer and computer scientist by training, Bhaskar switched to Linux in 1999, and his family runs Linux at home. Linux is the primary development platform for GT.M.

Tuesday May 14, 2013 2:30pm - 3:30pm
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