Slow IO speeds on serverless

An A6000 always active worker takes twice as run to run my code than a normal A6000, I think it is IO speed. How can I see IO speeds?
Solution:
It looks like the method I was using for seeking had a really high IO. Changing to another method sped up serverless a lot, but not necessarily a ton on pod. This leaved me to believe that serverless IO is just slow
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zkreutzjanz
zkreutzjanz2mo ago
Possibly resolved
zkreutzjanz
zkreutzjanz2mo ago
major bug in opencv could be the culprit
digigoblin
digigoblin2mo ago
That doesn't make sense to me, why would that bug cause serverless to be slower than a regular pod? Surely the bug would crop its head up regardless of whether you're running in serverless or a pod?
zkreutzjanz
zkreutzjanz2mo ago
you are right I guess not the reason that there is a discrepancy, but still going to fix my code and see if issue remains
nerdylive
nerdylive2mo ago
but i guess serverless has more vcpus than pods(?) im not sure
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zkreutzjanz
zkreutzjanz5w ago
It looks like the method I was using for seeking had a really high IO. Changing to another method sped up serverless a lot, but not necessarily a ton on pod. This leaved me to believe that serverless IO is just slow