Monitoring Splunk

Testing performance of NFS

Andrew
Engager

I've read in the docs that the disk performance should be 800 IOPs. How can I test this when the disk is NFS (I can't find a tool which shows IOPs for NFS filesystems)?

I've also seen others here have tested NFS performance using bonnie, but what results should I be looking for since bonnie doesn't state IOPs?

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Stephen_Sorkin
Splunk Employee
Splunk Employee

You should use bonnie++. The IO/s is reported as the last column, random seeks/sec.

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Stephen_Sorkin
Splunk Employee
Splunk Employee

You should use bonnie++. The IO/s is reported as the last column, random seeks/sec.

toddmichael
Engager

had a pile of bonnie++ output without knowledge of what it was I cared about. this response saved me. thx much!

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