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Fabien is an Openstack Developer at eNovance. His main interests are Object Storage Swift and Functional testing suite of Openstack Tempest. He also have a strong interest on OpenSource since 10 years. At his spare time he like practice tennis.

7 Responses

  1. Tim
    Tim at |

    there’s a slight contradiction in the blog. You said:
    “Below this is one of our scenario targeted to only perform read operation on 24KB objects:”
    however the CRUD profile of [100,0,0,0]in the blog indicates that only PUTs will be performed. There will be no READS, Updates, or deletes performed.

  2. tim
    tim at |

    The “crud_profile”: [100, 0, 0, 0]
    indicates 100% CREATE operations not READs as stated in the text.

  3. Andrey N. Groshev
    Andrey N. Groshev at |

    What HDD models you used?

  4. trent
    trent at |

    Sorry, I’m new to the ssbench tool. I have a simple topology with just one storage node and one ssbench tool (RelHat Linux)

    storage node————–ssbench

    I should be able to run ssbench –worker process and ssbench master on the same ssbench tool machine. Correct?


  5. Gil
    Gil at |

    I don’t see any charts in the post, only ‘this image failed to load’.

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