I'm trying to create a test script to run some benchmarking on Storage devices using CentOS 8 Virtual Machines and Block Storage devices.
I've been successful in the past in running tests with Vdbench, however lately I've been facing a lot of issues when trying to run the tests. Here is my script:
When trying to run the tool with the above information, I get the following output:
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Vdbench distribution: vdbench50407 Tue June 05 9:49:29 MDT 2018
For documentation, see 'vdbench.pdf'.
16:57:45.131 Created output directory '/home/test/Vdbench/Output014'
16:57:45.150 input argument scanned: '-fvdbench.txt'
16:57:45.150 input argument scanned: '-oOutput+'
16:57:45.189 Adjusted default JVM count for host=localhost from jvms=1 to jvms=4 because of iorate=max and a total of 4 sds.
16:57:45.219 Starting slave: /home/test/Vdbench/vdbench SlaveJvm -m localhost -n localhost-10-191106-220.127.116.11 -l localhost-0 -p 5570
16:57:45.240 Starting slave: /home/test/Vdbench/vdbench SlaveJvm -m localhost -n localhost-11-191106-18.104.22.168 -l localhost-1 -p 5570
16:57:45.261 Starting slave: /home/test/Vdbench/vdbench SlaveJvm -m localhost -n localhost-12-191106-22.214.171.124 -l localhost-2 -p 5570
16:57:45.281 Starting slave: /home/test/Vdbench/vdbench SlaveJvm -m localhost -n localhost-13-191106-126.96.36.199 -l localhost-3 -p 5570
16:57:45.576 All slaves are now connected
16:57:45.683 sd=sd4,host=localhost,lun=/mnt/sde1 does not have write access.
16:57:45.684 sd=sd3,host=localhost,lun=/mnt/sdd1 does not have write access.
16:57:45.684 sd=sd2,host=localhost,lun=/mnt/sdc1 does not have write access.
16:57:45.684 sd=sd1,host=localhost,lun=/mnt/sdb1 does not have write access.
16:57:46.190 Please check above failures
java.lang.RuntimeException: Please check above failures
I've already review the networking configuration, as well as the hosts configuration, however this error keeps coming up. Any suggestions on what I could try next?
Thanks in advance for any replies.