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What is RapidFile Toolkit?
RapidFile Toolkit is a set of supercharged tools for efficiently managing millions of files using familiar Linux command line interfaces. RapidFile Toolkit is designed from the ground up to take advantage of Pure Storage FlashBlade’s massively parallel, scale-out architecture, while also supporting standard Linux file systems. RapidFile Toolkit can serve as a high performance, drop-in replacement for Linux commands in many common scenarios, which can increase employee efficiency, application performance, and business productivity. RapidFile Toolkit is available to all Pure Storage customers.RapidFile
Benefits of RapidToolkit according to the Site
Increase SysAdmin Productivity
- Up to 20X faster than Linux Core Utilities
- Accelerates file management and analytics
Faster Data Movement & Analytics
- Accelerates Perforce Checkout by up to 20X
- Rapid file copy to and from scratch space
Faster & Simpler Data Pipelines
- Indexing files systems up to 20X faster, reducing metadata caching time
- Support EDA, Genomics, DevOps, HPC, Analytics & Apache Spark and AI/ML
|Linux commands||RapidFile Toolkit v2.0||Description|
|ls||pls||Lists files & directories|
|find||pfind||Finds matching files|
|du||pdu||Summarizes file space usage|
|rm||prm||Removes files & directories|
|chown||pchown||Changes file ownership|
|chmod||pchmod||Changes file permissions|
|cp||pcopy||Copies files & directories|
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The blog is taken from Configuring NVMeoF RoCE For SUSE 15.
The purpose of this blog post is to provide the steps required to implement NVMe-oF using RDMA over Converged Ethernet (RoCE) for SUSE Enterprise Linux (SLES) 15 and subsequent releases.The blog is taken from Configuring NVMeoF RoCE For SUSE 15.
An important item to note is that RoCE requires a lossless network, requiring global pause flow control or PFC to be configured on the network for smooth operation.
All of the below steps are implemented using Mellanox Connect-X4 adapters.
This Article is taken from Is NFS session trunking available in RHEL?
Session trunking, whereby one can have multiple TCP connections to the same NFS server with the same IP address is provided by nconnect. This feature is available in RHEL 8
RHSA-2020:4431 for the package(s) kernel-4.18.0-240.el8 or later.
RHBA-2020:4530 for the package(s) nfs-utils-2.3.3-35.el8 libnfsidmap-2.3.3-35.el8 or later.
You can configure on the client side up to 16 connection
[root@nfs-client ~]# mount -t nfs 192.168.0.2:/nfs-share /nfs-share -o nosharecache,nconnect=16
You can see by using the command
[root@nfs-client ~]# cat /proc/self/mountstats ...... ...... RPC iostats version: 1.1 p/v: 100003/4 (nfs) xprt: tcp 991 0 2 0 39 13 13 0 13 0 2 0 0 xprt: tcp 798 0 2 0 39 6 6 0 6 0 2 0 0 xprt: tcp 768 0 2 0 39 6 6 0 6 0 2 0 0 xprt: tcp 1013 0 2 0 39 4 4 0 4 0 2 0 0 xprt: tcp 828 0 2 0 39 4 4 0 4 0 2 0 0 xprt: tcp 702 0 2 0 39 2 2 0 2 0 2 0 0 xprt: tcp 783 0 2 0 39 2 2 0 2 0 2 0 0 xprt: tcp 858 0 2 0 39 2 2 0 2 0 2 0 0 .....
Someone recorded multiple performance increase when used on Pure Storage acting as a NFS Server. at Use nconnect to effortlessly increase NFS performance
RapidFile Toolkit 1.0 (formerly, PureTools) provides fast client-side alternatives for common Linux commands like ls, du, find, chown, chmod, rm and cp which has been optimized for the high level of concurrency supported by FlashBlade NFS. You will be
# sudo rpm -U rapidfile-1.0.0-beta.5/rapidfile-1.0.0-beta.5-Linux.rpm
% pdu -sh /scratch/user1
% pcp -r -p -u /scratch/user1/ /backup/user1/
% prm -rv /scratch/user1/
% pchown -Rv user1:usergroup /scratch/user1
% pchmod -Rv 755 /scratch/user1