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authorKevin Wolf <kwolf@redhat.com>2015-07-13 13:13:17 +0200
committerKevin Wolf <kwolf@redhat.com>2016-06-08 10:21:09 +0200
commit83de9be0dc59439ec6f97f58c8e9015b4fdc3010 (patch)
treecbc458a208601fe3113bc8313f992204ddb03da0 /qemu-img.texi
parentd3199a31c7bc72f6bcecbb3ebcc16940a1721e10 (diff)
downloadqemu-arm-83de9be0dc59439ec6f97f58c8e9015b4fdc3010.tar.gz
qemu-img bench: Implement -S (step size)
With this new option, qemu-img bench can be told to advance the current offset after each request by a different value than the buffer size. This is useful for controlling the conditions for cluster allocation in image formats (e.g. qcow2 cluster allocation with COW in front of the request, or COW areas that aren't overwritten immediately). Signed-off-by: Kevin Wolf <kwolf@redhat.com> Reviewed-by: Denis V. Lunev <den@openvz.org> Reviewed-by: Stefan Hajnoczi <stefanha@redhat.com>
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@@ -131,14 +131,16 @@ Skip the creation of the target volume
Command description:
@table @option
-@item bench [-c @var{count}] [-d @var{depth}] [-f @var{fmt}] [-n] [-o @var{offset}] [--pattern=@var{pattern}] [-q] [-s @var{buffer_size}] [-t @var{cache}] [-w] @var{filename}
+@item bench [-c @var{count}] [-d @var{depth}] [-f @var{fmt}] [-n] [-o @var{offset}] [--pattern=@var{pattern}] [-q] [-s @var{buffer_size}] [-S @var{step_size}] [-t @var{cache}] [-w] @var{filename}
Run a simple sequential I/O benchmark on the specified image. If @code{-w} is
specified, a write test is performed, otherwise a read test is performed.
A total number of @var{count} I/O requests is performed, each @var{buffer_size}
bytes in size, and with @var{depth} requests in parallel. The first request
-starts at the position given by @var{offset}.
+starts at the position given by @var{offset}, each following request increases
+the current position by @var{step_size}. If @var{step_size} is not given,
+@var{buffer_size} is used for its value.
If @code{-n} is specified, the native AIO backend is used if possible. On
Linux, this option only works if @code{-t none} or @code{-t directsync} is