bonnie-benchmark not enough data
I am having some issues running the bonnie++ benchmark. I have one volume on this server that is 4.5TB in size and has 4.5TB of free space. When attempting to run the benchmark I get the message below. How do I get bonnie++ to generate more data so I can run the benchmark?
nmc@mad-nex:/$ run benchmark bonnie-benchmark Volume 'datapool' is the only available volume, starting benchmark... datapool: running optimal mode benchmark datapool: generating 32742MB files, using 32768 blocks datapool: started 2 benchmark processes datapool: this may take a few minutes, please wait or press Ctrl-C to interrupt Not enough data to generate I/O performance report.
Please make sure volume selected for benchmark has enough free space; see help (-h) for more information.
RE: bonnie-benchmark not enough data - Added by Linda Kateley about 1 year ago
I asked around on your question and this is the response i recieved.
Yep this is a bug in nmc-bonnie++. Command line options in bonnie++ binary changed. Workaround is to copy old binary from a 3.0.5 system.
RE: bonnie-benchmark not enough data - Added by Jonathan Kennedy about 1 year ago
Problem still exists is 3.1.2
Any chance this will get fixed in 3.1.3?
RE: bonnie-benchmark not enough data - Added by trey p 9 months ago
it is not fixed in 3.1.3 yet. guess need to find info on copying the old binary... or can run it without the wrapper as found here; [[http://serverfault.com/questions/230520/new-nexentastor-installation-cant-run-bonnie]]