[Openstack] Very poor windows 2008 R2 network performance (iperf)
botemout at gmail.com
Fri May 9 16:25:32 UTC 2014
I'd be very appreciative to hear how you solved this Adam. ;-)
On 5/9/2014 12:29 AM, Adam Lawson wrote:
> Look at the TCP stack within Windows and optimizations recommended by
> Microsoft. I don't think it's a KVM or openstack question to be honest. We
> ran into similar issues on plain old Win2008 R2 servers that were running
> on bare metal. Will update again when I ping someone to find out what
> specifically it was back then.
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> On Thu, May 8, 2014 at 6:59 PM, JR <botemout at gmail.com> wrote:
>> My openstack grizzly cluster runs on ubuntu 12.04 servers with 10G NICs.
>> I have ubuntu, centos and windows 2008 R2 guests. I've noticed that
>> while both my linux guests can communicate at some reasonable
>> approximation of 10G wire speed (e.g., 7-9Gb/sec on iperf tests), the
>> windows guests max out at 2.5G when talking to the host on which they
>> run, down to ~1.2G to other hosts.
>> I've made some modifications as per this doc:
>> and upgraded my virtio network driver, but it's not helped. I've also
>> done about an hour or two of googling which has revealed little.
>> I understand that this is not an openstack issue, but, I suspect, others
>> have encountered this when bringing 2008 R2 guests into their clusters.
>> Thanks much,
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