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nfs slow response  on linux

Posted on 2011-03-18
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We are running some of the application and response time is very slow when it try to access NFS share

10.1.1.65:/mnt/app  /app nfs rsize=8192,wsize=8192

I can see the following option on /etc/fstab,  I'm not sure what is resize and wsize option does? Does it provide better perfomance?
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unmount the filesystem /app and remount manually with command line as follows.

# umount /app

# mount -t nfs 10.1.1.65:/mnt/app  /app

then test and update us if it enhnace the performance or increase the speed.

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Your read and write size are way too small, and more than likely that is your issue. Unmount your filesystem that is mounted remotely, and remount them with these options:

rsize=32768,wsize=32768

If this doesn't make things better, please let me know, and I can suggest more mount options that could improve, but at a minimum, try as I noted above.
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by:mokkan
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Thank you guys.  Changing to bigger value helped the performance.
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by:jghelfman40
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How is the solution not changing to the bigger value, however it is the asssited solution? Just wondering why a simple mount/umount was the accepted solution? This seems backwards to me. Thanks, and happy it  worked!
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