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How do I interpret these Bonnie++ results?

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Hi All,

I have read a few threads in the Answers forum and in a number of them, it states that Random Seeks == IOPS.
So with the results below, the IOPS would be over 100k?

Also, there are 2 columns at then end of the table with the values 530, 593, 319, and 723... Any idea what these values are?

Any advice would be greatly appreciated Thanks!

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Re: How do I interpret these Bonnie++ results?

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I just realized that due to the (Non Peak), it added the name into chunk size and Per char cells. causing the data to be wrong.
After running the results again without the brackets the results were correct.

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So now the random seeks look more realistic with 300+ IOPS instead of 100+K

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Re: How do I interpret these Bonnie++ results?

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What is the command that you ran? That is a slightly different output than I am used to seeing. Also what version of bonnie++ are you running?

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Re: How do I interpret these Bonnie++ results?

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1.03, I did a | boncsv2html > results.html after the bonnie++ command
bonnie++ -s 262144 -u root:root -qfb | bon
csv2html > results.html

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