o2locktop is a top-like OCFS2 DLM lock monitor
o2locktop - a top-like OCFS2 DLM lock monitor
o2locktop is a top-like tool to monitor OCFS2 DLM lock usage in the cluster, and can be used to detect hot files/directories, which intensively acquire DLM locks.
The average/maximal wait time for DLM lock acquisitions likely gives hints to the administrator when concern about OCFS2 performance, for example,
- if the workload is unbalanced among nodes.
- if a file is too hot, then maybe need check the related applications above.
- if a directory is too hot, then maybe split it to smaller with less number of files underneath.
For slightly more implementation details,
As a shared disk cluster file system, OCFS2 files and directies can be accessed from the different nodes simultaneously. To protect the data consistency, the file access is coordinated through Distributed Lock Manager(DLM). For example, "Meta DLM lock" is used to protect file(per inode) meta data change. "Write DLM lock" is used to protect file data write. "Open DLM lock" could be used for one node keeps accessing a opened file while other processes (or even from other nodes) might delete it, and eventually get deleted once all associated file descriptors are close. For more information about how OCFS2 works with DLM, please check OCFS2 Project web page.
o2locktop reads OCFS2 kernel debugfs statistics under /sys/kernel/debug/. That says, for all cluster nodes, OCFS2_FS_STATS kernel config option must be set(enabled). To check it out:
grep OCFS2_FS_STATS < /boot/config-`uname -r`
Note: o2locktop is Python 2 and Python 3 compatible.
eg. to download openSUSE_Tumbleweed/noarch/o2locktop-1.0.0...noarch.rpm
sudo zypper install <http_rpm_uri> or sudo rpm -ivh <o2locktop-1.0.0...noarch.rpm>
- Python pip:
sudo pip install o2locktop
- Or, directly use o2locktop from the source code tree:
git clone https://github.com/ganghe/o2locktop.git cd o2locktop ~/o2locktop> python o2locktop -h
o2locktop --helpin details, also availble in the below REFERENCE
Or, check the asciidemo here
Since OCFS2 file system statistics in kernel calculation starts when applying for DLM lock and ends when it returns. If it never returns due to the deadlock because of a bug just in case, o2locktop does not reflect this situation currently.
o2locktop can't display the file names of the inode. The additional step is needed to translate inode to the file name.
find <YOUR_OCFS2_MOUNT_POINT> -inum <INODE_NUMBER>
- Replay o2locktop log file.
- Inside of the cluster, o2lockto can run without any argument.
usage: o2locktop [-h] [-n NODE_IP] [-o LOG_FILE] [-l DISPLAY_LENGTH] [-V] [-d] [MOUNT_POINT] It is a top-like tool to monitor OCFS2 DLM lock usage in the cluster, and can be used to detect hot files/directories, which intensively acquire DLM locks. positional arguments: MOUNT_POINT the OCFS2 mount point, eg. /mnt/shared optional arguments: -h, --help show this help message and exit -n NODE_IP OCFS2 node IP address for ssh -o LOG_FILE log path -l DISPLAY_LENGTH number of lock records to display -V, --version print the current version of o2locktop and exit -d, --debug show all the inode including the system inode number The average/maximal wait time for DLM lock acquisitions likely gives hints to the administrator when concern about OCFS2 performance, for example, - if the workload is unbalanced among nodes. - if a file is too hot, then maybe need check the related applications above. - if a directory is too hot, then maybe split it to smaller with less number of files underneath. OUTPUT ANNOTATION: - The output is refreshed every 5 seconds, and sorted by the sum of DLM EX(exclusive) and PR(protected read) lock average wait time - One row, one inode (including the system meta files if with '-d' argument) - Columns: "TYPE" is DLM lock types, 'M' -> Meta data lock for the inode 'W' -> Write lock for the inode 'O' -> Open lock for the inode "INO" is the inode number of the file "EX NUM" is the number of EX lock acquisitions "EX TIME" is the maximal wait time to get EX lock "EX AVG" is the average wait time to get EX lock "PR NUM" is the number of PR(read) lock acquisitions "PR TIME" is the maximal wait time to get PR lock "PR AVG" is the average wait time to get PR lock SHORTCUTS: - Type "d" to display DLM lock statistics for each node - Type "Ctrl+C" or "q" to exit o2locktop process PREREQUISITES: o2locktop reads OCFS2_FS_STATS statistics from /sys/kernel/debug/. That says, for all cluster nodes, the kernel option must be set(enabled). Check it out: grep OCFS2_FS_STATS < /boot/config-\`uname -r\` o2locktop uses the passwordless SSH to OCFS2 nodes as root. Set it up if not: ssh-keygen; ssh-copy-id root@node1 EXAMPLES: - At any machine within or outside of the cluster: o2locktop -n node1 -n node2 -n node3 /mnt/shared To find the absolute path of the inode file: find <MOUNT_POINT> -inum <INO>
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