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filebench(1)				  USER COMMANDS 			     filebench(1)

       filebench - interprets WML script and generates appropriate filesystem workload

       filebench [-f <filename>] [-h]

       Filebench  is  a file system and storage benchmark that allows to generate a large variety
       of workloads. Unlike typical benchmarks it is very flexible and allows to minutely specify
       (any)  applications'  behaviour	using  extensive Workload Model Language (WML). Filebench
       uses loadable workload personalities to	allow  easy  emulation	of  complex  applications
       (e.g.,  mail,  web,  file, and database servers). Filebench is quick to set up and easy to
       use compared to deploying real applications. It is also a handy tool for  micro-benchmark-

       Filebench includes many features to facilitate file system benchmarking:

       o Multiple workload types support via loadable personalities

       o Ships with more than 40 pre-defined personalities, including the one that describe mail,
	 web, file, and database servers behaviour

       o Easy to add new personalities using reach Workload Model Language (WML)

       o Multi-process and multi-thread workload support

       o Configurable directory hierarchies with depth, width, and file sizes set to  given  sta-
	 tistical distributions

       o Support of asynchronous I/O and process synchronization primitives

       o Integrated statistics for throughput, latency, and CPU cycle counts per system call

       -f <filename>
	      use specified file as an input instead of stdin

       -h     Display verbose help

       Run filebench interactively:

       $ filebench
	      Start filebench interactive shell, filebench prompt will appear after that.

       filebench> load fileserver
	      Load fileserver personality using load command.

       filebench> set $dir=/mnt
	      After  personality is loaded, tunables of the workload personality can be set. Here
	      we change the benchmark directory to /mnt where the file system we want  to  bench-
	      mark is presumably mounted.

       filebench> run 60
	      Start  workload  for  60	seconds.  After  60  seconds of the run the statistics is
	      printed and Filebench exits.

       Run filebench non-interactively:

       filebench -f /usr/share/filebench/workloads/fileserver.f
	      Run filebench non-interactively, however, you need to add 'run <time>' to  the  end
	      of the workload personality file before calling filebench.

       0 if OK,

       1 if workload file is not found.


revision 01				   Sep 1, 2011				     filebench(1)
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