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From: Dharmendra Singh <dharamhans87@gmail.com>
To: miklos@szeredi.hu
Cc: Dharmendra Singh <dharamhans87@gmail.com>,
	linux-fsdevel@vger.kernel.org, fuse-devel@lists.sourceforge.net,
	linux-kernel@vger.kernel.org
Subject: [PATCH v2 0/1] FUSE: Allow non-extending parallel direct writes
Date: Mon,  9 May 2022 16:28:46 +0530	[thread overview]
Message-ID: <20220509105847.8238-1-dharamhans87@gmail.com> (raw)

It is observed that currently in Fuse, for direct writes, we hold 
inode lock for the full duration of the request. As a result, 
only one direct write request can proceed on the same file. This, 
I think is due to various reasons such as serialization needed by 
USER space fuse implementations/file size issues/write failures.

This patch allows parallel writes to proceed on the same file by
by holding shared lock on the non-extending writes and exlusive
lock on extending writes.

For measuring performance, I carried out test on these 
changes over example/passthrough.c (part of libfuse) by setting 
direct-io and parallel_direct_writes flags on the file.
 
Note that we disabled write to underlying file system from passthrough 
as we wanted to check gain for Fuse only. Fio was used to test
the impact of these changes on File-per-job and Single shared File. 
CPU binding was performed on passthrough process only.

Job file for SSF:
[global]
directory=/tmp/dest
filename=ssf
size=100g
blocksize=1m
ioengine=sync
group_reporting=1
fallocate=none
runtime=60
stonewall

[write]
rw=randwrite:256
rw_sequencer=sequential
fsync_on_close=1


Job file for file-per-job:
[sequential-write]
rw=write
size=100G
directory=/tmp/dest/
group_reporting
name=sequential-write-direct
bs=1M
runtime=60


Results:

unpatched=================

File  per job


Fri May  6 09:36:52 EDT 2022
numjobs: 1  WRITE: bw=3441MiB/s (3608MB/s), 3441MiB/s-3441MiB/s (3608MB/s-3608MB/s), io=100GiB (107GB), run=29762-29762msec
numjobs: 2  WRITE: bw=8174MiB/s (8571MB/s), 8174MiB/s-8174MiB/s (8571MB/s-8571MB/s), io=200GiB (215GB), run=25054-25054msec
numjobs: 4  WRITE: bw=14.9GiB/s (15.0GB/s), 14.9GiB/s-14.9GiB/s (15.0GB/s-15.0GB/s), io=400GiB (429GB), run=26900-26900msec
numjobs: 8  WRITE: bw=23.4GiB/s (25.2GB/s), 23.4GiB/s-23.4GiB/s (25.2GB/s-25.2GB/s), io=800GiB (859GB), run=34115-34115msec
numjobs: 16  WRITE: bw=24.5GiB/s (26.3GB/s), 24.5GiB/s-24.5GiB/s (26.3GB/s-26.3GB/s), io=1469GiB (1577GB), run=60001-60001msec
numjobs: 32  WRITE: bw=20.5GiB/s (21.0GB/s), 20.5GiB/s-20.5GiB/s (21.0GB/s-21.0GB/s), io=1229GiB (1320GB), run=60003-60003msec


SSF

Fri May  6 09:46:38 EDT 2022
numjobs: 1  WRITE: bw=3624MiB/s (3800MB/s), 3624MiB/s-3624MiB/s (3800MB/s-3800MB/s), io=100GiB (107GB), run=28258-28258msec
numjobs: 2  WRITE: bw=5801MiB/s (6083MB/s), 5801MiB/s-5801MiB/s (6083MB/s-6083MB/s), io=200GiB (215GB), run=35302-35302msec
numjobs: 4  WRITE: bw=4794MiB/s (5027MB/s), 4794MiB/s-4794MiB/s (5027MB/s-5027MB/s), io=281GiB (302GB), run=60001-60001msec
numjobs: 8  WRITE: bw=3946MiB/s (4137MB/s), 3946MiB/s-3946MiB/s (4137MB/s-4137MB/s), io=231GiB (248GB), run=60003-60003msec
numjobs: 16  WRITE: bw=4040MiB/s (4236MB/s), 4040MiB/s-4040MiB/s (4236MB/s-4236MB/s), io=237GiB (254GB), run=60006-60006msec
numjobs: 32  WRITE: bw=2822MiB/s (2959MB/s), 2822MiB/s-2822MiB/s (2959MB/s-2959MB/s), io=165GiB (178GB), run=60013-60013msec


Patched=====

File per job

Fri May  6 10:05:46 EDT 2022
numjobs: 1  WRITE: bw=3193MiB/s (3348MB/s), 3193MiB/s-3193MiB/s (3348MB/s-3348MB/s), io=100GiB (107GB), run=32068-32068msec
numjobs: 2  WRITE: bw=9084MiB/s (9525MB/s), 9084MiB/s-9084MiB/s (9525MB/s-9525MB/s), io=200GiB (215GB), run=22545-22545msec
numjobs: 4  WRITE: bw=14.8GiB/s (15.9GB/s), 14.8GiB/s-14.8GiB/s (15.9GB/s-15.9GB/s), io=400GiB (429GB), run=26986-26986msec
numjobs: 8  WRITE: bw=24.5GiB/s (26.3GB/s), 24.5GiB/s-24.5GiB/s (26.3GB/s-26.3GB/s), io=800GiB (859GB), run=32624-32624msec
numjobs: 16  WRITE: bw=24.2GiB/s (25.0GB/s), 24.2GiB/s-24.2GiB/s (25.0GB/s-25.0GB/s), io=1451GiB (1558GB), run=60001-60001msec
numjobs: 32  WRITE: bw=19.3GiB/s (20.8GB/s), 19.3GiB/s-19.3GiB/s (20.8GB/s-20.8GB/s), io=1160GiB (1245GB), run=60002-60002msec


SSF

Fri May  6 09:58:33 EDT 2022
numjobs: 1  WRITE: bw=3137MiB/s (3289MB/s), 3137MiB/s-3137MiB/s (3289MB/s-3289MB/s), io=100GiB (107GB), run=32646-32646msec
numjobs: 2  WRITE: bw=7736MiB/s (8111MB/s), 7736MiB/s-7736MiB/s (8111MB/s-8111MB/s), io=200GiB (215GB), run=26475-26475msec
numjobs: 4  WRITE: bw=14.4GiB/s (15.4GB/s), 14.4GiB/s-14.4GiB/s (15.4GB/s-15.4GB/s), io=400GiB (429GB), run=27869-27869msec
numjobs: 8  WRITE: bw=22.6GiB/s (24.3GB/s), 22.6GiB/s-22.6GiB/s (24.3GB/s-24.3GB/s), io=800GiB (859GB), run=35340-35340msec
numjobs: 16  WRITE: bw=25.6GiB/s (27.5GB/s), 25.6GiB/s-25.6GiB/s (27.5GB/s-27.5GB/s), io=1535GiB (1648GB), run=60001-60001msec
numjobs: 32  WRITE: bw=20.2GiB/s (21.7GB/s), 20.2GiB/s-20.2GiB/s (21.7GB/s-21.7GB/s), io=1211GiB (1300GB), run=60003-60003msec



SSF gain in percentage:-
For 1 fio thread: +0%
For 2 fio threads: +0% 
For 4 fio threads: +42%
For 8 fio threads: +246.8%
For 16 fio threads: +549%
For 32 fio threads: +630.33%


Dharmendra Singh (1):
  Allow non-extending parallel direct writes on the same file.

 fs/fuse/file.c            | 45 ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++---
 include/uapi/linux/fuse.h |  2 ++
 2 files changed, 44 insertions(+), 3 deletions(-)

---

v2: Modified code to use exclusive lock only for extending writes


             reply	other threads:[~2022-05-09 10:59 UTC|newest]

Thread overview: 4+ messages / expand[flat|nested]  mbox.gz  Atom feed  top
2022-05-09 10:58 Dharmendra Singh [this message]
2022-05-09 10:58 ` [PATCH v2 1/1] Allow non-extending parallel direct writes Dharmendra Singh
2022-05-19 12:50   ` Miklos Szeredi
2022-05-17  7:40 ` [PATCH v2 0/1] FUSE: " Dharmendra Hans

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