[pve-devel] Sheepdog problems

Stefan Priebe s.priebe at profihost.ag
Wed Aug 1 07:55:28 CEST 2012

I think the same but under heavy 10g and ssd load you'll run into even heavier problems like absolutely slow sequential write speed 100mb/s so to me it seems no solution sheepdog and or ceph are ready for any productional use case.

So let's talk about them in a year ;-) and see what has happened until then.


Am 01.08.2012 um 07:49 schrieb Dietmar Maurer <dietmar at proxmox.com>:

> The sheepdog developers thinks that it is a good idea to unconditionally start recovery/rebalance cluster data as soon as one nodes joins/leave.
> That basically means that you fully utilize your network during a node reboot, doing
> totally unnecessary data movements.
> Second, they think they do not need automatic cleanup until you run ‘collie cluster cleanup’ manually.
> One the sheepdog lists it seems that I am the only one concerned about that.
> For me this make sheepdog quite unusable for pve?
> Any opinions on that?
> - Dietmar
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