[openstack-dev] [designate] Designate performance issues

stanzgy stan.zgy at gmail.com
Fri Mar 20 09:46:36 UTC 2015

Hi vinod, thanks for you reply. I have report a bug with related log
snippets here:


On Thu, Mar 19, 2015 at 10:11 PM, Vinod Mangalpally <
vinod.mang at rackspace.com> wrote:

>  Hi Zhang,
>  Thank you for reporting the bug. The number of records does not seem too
> high. At this point I do not have a suggestion to improve the situation,
> but I will investigate this. Could you file a bug report? Relevant log
> snippets would also be helpful.
>  --vinod
>   From: stanzgy <stan.zgy at gmail.com>
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> Date: Thursday, March 19, 2015 2:39 AM
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> Subject: [openstack-dev] [designate] Designate performance issues
>       Hi all. I have setup kilo designate services with powerdns backend
> and mysql innodb storage in a single node.
>  The services function well at first. However, after inserting 13k A
> records via API  within 3 domains (5k, 5k, 3k for each), the service stops
> working.
> designate-api returns 500 and many RPCs timeout
>  designate-central takes 100% cpu, seems trying hard updating domains but
> failed
>  designate-mdns also takes 100% cpu, flooded with "Including all tenants
> items in query results" logs
>  powerdns gets timeout errors during AXFR zones
>  The server doesn't seem to turn any better after suffering in this state
> for hours. What I could do to recover the service is to cleanup databases
> and restart the service.
>  My question is:
>  1. Is it not recommended to create too many records in a single domain?
>  2. Any suggestions to improve this situation?
>  --
>   Best Regards,
> Zhang Gengyuan
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Best Regards,

Zhang Gengyuan
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