B.Henning at Navitaire.com
Fri Apr 16 11:39:58 PDT 2004
From: Dan Nelson [mailto:dnelson at allantgroup.com]
Sent: Friday, April 16, 2004 11:34 AM
To: Brian Henning
Cc: freebsd-questions at freebsd.org
Subject: Re: nfs cache
In the last episode (Apr 16), Brian Henning said:
> I am trying to get some info on the cache for nfs on the nfs client. I
> have looked at nfsstat
> where are the settings located for the nfs cache?
I think they're just part of the system's regular disk cache, except for
the sysctl below.
> the setattr percentages are really high on this server. The is the
> main reason i want to know what is going on with the cache.
Getattr, you mean? That just means that the client has stat()'ed a file
twice within the timeout specified by the vfs.nfs.access_cache_timeout
sysctl, and has pulled the value from its cache instead of querying the
> Version 2: (185583924 calls)
> null getattr setattr root lookup
> 0 0% 175265837 94% 66975 0% 0 0% 6407008 3%
So here, 94% of the getattr calls were pulled from cache.
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Sorry, you were right I did mean getattr.
Just curious, does this mean that 94% of the NFS calls made, where
getattr() calls (175265837/185583924 = .944)?
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