Bug #3852

IOPS throttling is not applied to CDROM

Added by EOLE Team almost 6 years ago. Updated almost 6 years ago.

Status:ClosedStart date:06/26/2015
Priority:NormalDue date:
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Resolution:worksforme Pull request:
Affected Versions:OpenNebula 4.10

Description

Hello,

We get IO issues and I add TOTAL_IOPS_SEC = "80" to vmm_exec_kvm.conf.

During VMs installations from ISOs, I saw a pick of IO/s (6k).

I made a little script to check VM block device configuration and the output is the following:

INFO: Show total IOPS on one-11857/vda
total_bytes_sec: 0
read_bytes_sec : 0
write_bytes_sec: 0
total_iops_sec : 80
read_iops_sec  : 0
write_iops_sec : 0

INFO: Show total IOPS on one-11857/hda
total_bytes_sec: 0
read_bytes_sec : 0
write_bytes_sec: 0
total_iops_sec : 0
read_iops_sec  : 0
write_iops_sec : 0

So, during installation, I have read IO pick on ISO images, which saturate our SAN.

I think the *IOPS* should be applied to CDROM too.

Thanks.

History

#1 Updated by Ruben S. Montero almost 6 years ago

  • Status changed from Pending to Closed
  • Resolution set to worksforme

They should be applied, please check virsh dumpxml. Note that IOPS* are not applied to the CONTEXT CDROM disk. We'll reopen this if needed

#2 Updated by EOLE Team almost 6 years ago

Ruben S. Montero wrote:

They should be applied, please check virsh dumpxml. Note that IOPS* are not applied to the CONTEXT CDROM disk. We'll reopen this if needed

Ok, hda was the CONTEXT CDROM.

I started a new VM with a proper iso image and the IOPS is applied.

Sorry for the noise.

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