ceph-syn – ceph synthetic workload generator¶
ceph-syn is a simple synthetic workload generator for the Ceph distributed file system. It uses the userspace client library to generate simple workloads against a currently running file system. The file system need not be mounted via ceph-fuse(8) or the kernel client.
One or more
--syn command arguments specify the particular
workload, as documented below.
Detach from console and daemonize after startup.
Use ceph.conf configuration file instead of the default
/etc/ceph/ceph.confto determine monitor addresses during startup.
Connect to specified monitor (instead of looking through
Run num different clients, each in a separate thread.
Run the given workload. May be specified as many times as needed. Workloads will normally run sequentially.
Each workload should be preceded by
--syn on the command
line. This is not a complete list.
- mknap path snapname
Create a snapshot called snapname on path.
- rmsnap path snapname
Delete snapshot called snapname on path.
- rmfile path
- writefile sizeinmb blocksize
Create a file, named after our client id, that is sizeinmb MB by writing blocksize chunks.
- readfile sizeinmb blocksize
Read file, named after our client id, that is sizeinmb MB by writing blocksize chunks.
- rw sizeinmb blocksize
Write file, then read it back, as above.
- makedirs numsubdirs numfiles depth
Create a hierarchy of directories that is depth levels deep. Give each directory numsubdirs subdirectories and numfiles files.
Recursively walk the file system (like find).
ceph-syn is part of Ceph, a massively scalable, open-source, distributed storage system. Please refer to the Ceph documentation at http://ceph.com/docs for more information.