tpcc-mysql loading data is slow

Hi,

I’m trying to setup tpcc-mysql to benchmark a server. Running ./tpcc_load but it’s very slow…ran in parallel, still slow. Is there anything I’m not doing right.

Commands are being run from a VM with 5G mem and 4 cpus, nothing else is running on that VM. The server in question is a HP G8 server, also idle. Any thoughts?

Or, would be grateful if somebody provided 1000W sample db, split in 24 parts for parallel dump :smiley:

Sorry to waste your attention. I skipped to mention that two servers were on different networks, and bandwidth was limited. I moved the tpcc_load onto same network as G8, and load rate increased significantly. I’m populating 1000W, if anyone wants sample data, let me know.

Hi sherzod.odinaev,
have you done some ploting with gnuplot? I would like to see graphic representation of my TPCC benchmark.

Thanks

Hy, can someone explain why is number of transaction falling over time? Why the graph don’t produce linear line? Thanks

It’s hard to tell why there is behavior like this.
Possible causes are: cold/hot cache, size of transactions, innodb checkpoints, other server activity…
The picture clearly shows us that peak values are regular.
To be able to answer exactly what’s going on here - I would run pt-stalk (http://www.percona.com/doc/percona-toolkit/2.2/pt-stalk.html) while this test is running and then analyze its data collected at the peak and drop moments.