Good configurable I/O benchmark?
arundel at freebsd.org
Sat Dec 18 21:47:36 UTC 2010
On Sun Dec 19 10, Lev Serebryakov wrote:
> Hello, Bruce.
> You wrote 19 ??????? 2010 ?., 0:40:03:
> >> Is here any good I/O benchmark? What do I mean by `good':
> >> (1) Multiprocess workloads with different workloads per processe
> >> (thread) (a) Sequential R or W.
> >> (b) Random R and W with configurable R:W ratio.
> >> (c) Configurable min/max/avg distance seek in random workloads.
> >> (2) All above with configurable block size.
> >> (3) All of above with configurable I/O queue depth.
> > It sounds like sysutils/fio should do a lot of that.
> Thank you. "sysutils" is last place I would have though of looking
> at (I've looke at "benchmarks").
it would be really nice to have a wiki.freebsd page which recommends certain
benchmarks for disk io and network throughput etc.
> // Black Lion AKA Lev Serebryakov <lev at serebryakov.spb.ru>
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