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At the time we did the rpm installation we encountered on the /xyz file system transfer rates of about 600-700 KB/sec, which is very poor.
The installation was very slow, especially when using the specific file system.
One of the last steps in the installation is a reboot of the machine, this is to check if the services start in the proper order.
The reboot took a very long time, but after that the server reacted much better.
The observed transfer rates are now in the order of magnitude of 50 MB/sec. Not super, but acceptable.
Although, the problem at this moment no longer exist, I would like to know what could have caused it.
The expected I/O load on the specific file system is high and its performance will directly influence the user experience.
I’d like to prevent the situation that we had during the installation.
Could you please help me on this how to check what caused this issue.
•What type of filesystem (ext2, xfs, btrfs, fat)?
•What type of device (USB drive, SATA drive), and what brand / RPM is it advertised as?
•What OS / version?
•How are you benchmarking exactly?
sorry we installing through yum tool and will access the /app/data filesystem for file copies and it noticed.