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blogbench(8)			  Benchmarks			  blogbench(8)

NAME
       blogbench - a realistic filesystem benchmark

SYNTAX
       blogbench -d <directory>

DESCRIPTION
       Blogbench  is  a	 portable filesystem benchmark that tries to reproduce
       the load	of a real-world	busy file server.
       It stresses the filesystem  with	 multiple  threads  performing	random
       reads,  writes  and  rewrites  in  order	to get a realistic idea	of the
       scalability and the concurrency a system	can handle.

OPTIONS
       --help Display a	complete list of available switches.

EXAMPLES
       The minimal way to run the test is to just give the path	 to  an	 empty
       and writable directory:

       blogbench -d /path/to/the/directory

       Blogbench  will start the required threads and the test will run	during
       5 minutes. A final "score" will then be given as	an indication of  read
       and write performance.

AUTHORS
       Frank Denis <j@pureftpd.org>

Frank Denis			      1.0			  blogbench(8)

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