Okay, this is so not cool..
gale at syntax.dstl.gov.uk
Mon Oct 20 04:38:01 CDT 2003
On Fri, 2003-10-17 at 14:26, James Bourne wrote:
> At first I was using bonnie++ to do it, now I'm trying iozone as
> it's supposed to work better...
> In the past 8 hours using iozone, I've managed to get a scsi timeout on a
> system which for the past 2 weeks I hadn't received one using bonnie++
> or dd. It seems iozone really pushes the I/O, and it's really
> configurable if you need that.
How are you running iozone? I've yet to experience any instability in my
2650s in any of this testing.
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