Yes, you are correct. -+m option is passed to iozone wherein the file
should have the fields mentioned. Here is the brief description of the file
Used to specify a filename that will be used to specify the clients in a
distributed measurement. The file contains one line for each client. The
fields are space delimited. Field 1 is the client name. Field 2 is the
working directory, on the client, where Iozone will run. Field 3 is the
path to the executable Iozone on the client.
If the file does not exist the script prompts to create one and take the
number of threads as input. Hope this helps.
On Tue, Oct 11, 2016 at 1:18 AM, Menaka Mohan <menak...@outlook.com> wrote:
> I am Menaka M. I am new to this open source world. Kindly help me with the
> following query.
> I have set up the Gluster development environment with two servers and one
> client. I am trying to run the basic bench test on the Gluster cluster from
> this GitHub repo
> I also have IOZone installed. In that, how to generate the clients.ioz
> file (prerequisite 3) ? Does that refer to the file containing (client_name
> work_dir path_to_IOZone_on_client) ?
> I have read multiple blogs on how to analyze the IOZone results and also
> the performance testing section in docs. Kindly help me resolve this
> confusion. If I had asked a very basic thing, apologies. I will quickly
> learn them.
> Menaka M
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