Linux IO_uring Can Now Achieve Up To ~3.8M IOPS Per-Core
Written by Michael Larabel in Linux Storage on 26 September 2021 at 06:30 AM EDT. 19 Comments
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It was just last month when ~3.5M IOPS per-core was impressive with the code for Linux 5.15 to further push Linux's I/O limits. Now for code likely to be included in Linux 5.16 it's currently at 3.8M IOPS with a single tread.

With this patch series reworking and further optimizing the submission and completion paths, the I/O throughput is upped even more. With block maintainer and IO_uring lead developer Jens Axboe's Intel Optane based rig, he is enjoying around a 3% throughput improvement.

Axboe tweeted that with these latest patches he is now achieving 3.8M IOPS on a single core.

Will 4M IOPS on a single thread be achievable this year? We'll see... Lots of great work happening in IO_uring land and throughout Linux's storage landscape.
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