0 Replies Latest reply on Oct 24, 2019 12:03 PM by 32ac1c0c-44ae-4f69-87bf-b9a42b8f8760

    possibilities of using filesystem instead of /dev/sd*

    32ac1c0c-44ae-4f69-87bf-b9a42b8f8760

      Hi There,

       

      Its been few weeks, I am using the Vdbench. This community was really helpful to get answers for most of them. I am stuck with one requirement to perform the IO activity against the File system mount on a Centos servers , when I tried to execute remotely on multiple clients, I am getting the below error.

       

      [root@slave-03 testfs]# df -Th | grep -i sdb

      /dev/sdb                          xfs       100G   33M  100G   1% /home/testfs

       

      ************************************

      13:35:26.744

      13:35:26.744 Undefined size for sd=dev1_vm2,lun=/home/testfs/test

      13:35:26.744 Either the lun or file does not exist, or you do not have permission to open the lun or file.

      13:35:27.245

      13:35:27.245 No lun or file size available.

      13:35:27.245

      java.lang.RuntimeException: No lun or file size available.

       

      **********************************************storage definition*******************************************

      *Global Storage Definition section

       

      *Storage Definition Defaults

      sd=default,openflags=directio,align=4k,threads=1

       

      *Drive Definitions for Each Host Including Range Definitions for IO Skew

       

      *local drive on Each Host

      sd=dev1_$host,host=$host,lun=/home/testfs/test

       

      **********************************************host definition*******************************************

      hd=default,user=root,shell=vdbench,jvms=4,master=xx.xx.xx.xx,vdbench=/vdbench

      hd=vm2,system=yy.yy.yy.yy

      hd=vm3,system=zz.zz.zz.zz