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SubjectRe: Testing of filesystems
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> Hi,
>
> I wonder what a good way is to stress test my JFS filesystem. Is there a tool
> that does something like that maybe? Dont't want performance testing, just
> all kinds of stress testing to see how the filesystem "is" and to check
> integrity and functionality.
> What are you filesystem developers use to do something like that?
>

You can use the Scalable Test Platform at the OSDL.
We currently have iozone and tiobench test which support JFS, and
we're looking to add other tests. For details, see
http://www.osdl.org/stp/
cliffw

> Thanks,
> Axel
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