[Beowulf] ethernet performance testing
benson.muite at ut.ee
Fri Mar 17 08:26:48 PDT 2017
This was nice (support has ended, but still runs):
Comparisons with other things would be interesting.
On 03/17/2017 04:33 PM, Lux, Jim (337C) wrote:
> This is a bit of a blast from the past question.. Back when Beowulfs
> were the “new hot thing”, we all used Ethernet as the interconnect
> There was a bunch of traffic on the list about measuring Ethernet
> performance using various utilities, and all the ways to optimize the
> performance (zero copy Ethernet drivers and the like, some interfaces
> just being slow, etc.).
> What’s the current strategy and tools for looking at the Ethernet
> stack and identify? I have a colleague who is working with a software
> radio peripheral (USRP) that streams samples out, and he’s getting
> better performance with USB3 than with GigE - it may be that this is
> just the way it works USB is dedicated master/client, while GigE is
> peer to peer. So I suggested he do some back to back testing using a
> pair of PCs to know what the limit is.
> And he turned it around and asked “so what tools can I use?”
> I’ll dig through the archives too..
> James Lux, P.E.
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