[Icecast-dev] icecast relay server performance testing
cdgraff at gmail.com
Fri Jun 10 05:31:45 UTC 2016
Please share your config, almost the LIMITS part, this is my setup
2016-06-10 2:28 GMT-03:00 Popov, Zahar <zahar.popov1978 at yandex.com>:
> Hi Alejandro,
> Many thanks for your message.
> I changed it to 4 (i have 4 cores), but it didn’t really help. I see that
> all 4 cores are now working, but the connections are still being dropped.
> Which VM type are you using? Or it’s not running on AWS?
> On Jun 10, 2016, at 1:29 PM, Alejandro <cdgraff at gmail.com> wrote:
> Sorry, 35K concurrent with 8 workers at 60% cpu
> 2016-06-10 1:28 GMT-03:00 Alejandro <cdgraff at gmail.com>:
>> Hi Zahar, what value has into
>> This value is recommended to set at 1 by virtual core.
>> I 'm using for some years, KH branch with 35 concurrent listeners into 8
>> core vm.
>> 2016-06-10 0:50 GMT-03:00 Zahar Popov <zahar.popov1978 at yandex.com>:
>>> I'm trying to measure the performance of the icecast relay server on
>>> 64kbps streams.
>>> The server is running in AWS (i've tried various instance types) and the
>>> test clients are running on other machines in AWS. The test client is a
>>> very simple libuv application that sends a GET request and basically
>>> ignores everything it receives in the response. I'm using the icecast-kh
>>> I'm able to go up to around 9K simultaneous connections to the server
>>> (from two machines). The CPU usage is low, about 15% or so (on one core).
>>> However connections are starting to be dropped. Checking netstat i see many
>>> frames being lost. Increasing the transmit queue length helped, but still i
>>> can't go beyond around 9K connections. I have increased the file descriptor
>>> limits and configured IRQ balancing (even though the problem doesn't seem
>>> to be CPU bound)
>>> It doesn't matter if i run one or more instances of the relay server,
>>> the limit seems to be OS global so when one instance is running with 5K
>>> connections and the other instance is getting close to 4K connections they
>>> both start dropping connections.
>>> I assume that there is some other setting of the stack that i didn't
>>> configure so i was wondering if anybody was able to run a few dozens of
>>> thousands of connections on one server.
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