Mr. Kolakovic was nice enough to let me beta test their new Xen PV based service from their “BlazingFast” product line. So here is my somewhat truncated test, I have only done the most pertinent tests that I can think of.
For real evaluation I’m running a Seafile instance on it, synchronized between three boxes.
First, here’s a quick look:
|CPU model :
||Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E3-1240 v3 @ 3.40GHz
|Number of cores :
|CPU frequency :
|Total amount of ram :
|Total amount of swap :
|System uptime :
dd if=/dev/zero of=sb-io-test bs=1M count=1k conv=fdatasync
1.05744 s, 1.0 GB/s
dd if=/dev/zero of=sb-io-test bs=64k count=16k conv=fdatasync
1.08421 s, 990 MB/s
dd if=/dev/zero of=sb-io-test bs=1M count=1k oflag=dsync
3.10701 s, 346 MB/s
dd if=/dev/zero of=sb-io-test bs=64k count=16k oflag=dsync
16.1761 s, 66.4 MB/s
|UnixBench (w/ all processors)
|UnixBench (w/ one processor)
[divider]Speedtest.net Speed Test[/divider]
That’s it for now. I will continue evaluating the service by using Seafile (http://seafile.com/). If somebody has any ideas on what other benchmarks to run, please let me know in a comment.
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