filebench - framework of workloads to measure and compare filesystem performance
/usr/benchmarks/filebench/bin/filebench -c stats_dir...
filebench runs workloads to measure and compare filesystem performance.
Full documentation can be found at the performance community at: http://www.opensolaris.org
The following options are supported:
-c stats_dir...Generates a HTML file (index.html) that is a comparison of the specified directories. stats_dir specifies the directory or directories in which the results are stored.
The following operands are supported:
profileSpecifies the name of the configuration file ending in .prof. The configuration file specifies:
o what workloads to run,
o what parameters to run,
o the directory path on which to operate, and
o the directory path in which to store the results.
The following exit values are returned:
1An error occurred.
2Invalid command line options were specified.
Example 1 Running the Multi-stream Sequential Read Workload
The following example runs the workloads described in the configuration file named sqread.prof:
# filebench sqread
Example 2 Comparing Multiple Runs
The following example compares the results of two previous runs.
This example assumes that the results from the two previous filebench runs were located in the directories: /stats/wombat-zfs-noel-Jun_27_2007-15h_45m_33s and /stats/wombat-ufs-noel-Jun_27_2007-15h_52m_11s.
This example generates a HTML file named index.html in your current working directory.
# filebench -c /stats/wombat-zfs-noel-Jun_27_2007-15h_45m_33s \ /stats/wombat-ufs-noel-Jun_27_2007-15h_52m_11s
See attributes(5) for descriptions of the following attributes:
ATTRIBUTE TYPE ATTRIBUTE VALUE Availability SUNWfilebench
|SunOS 5.11||filebench (1)||9 Oct 2007|