The spec sfs 2014 benchmark includes multiple workloads


Edit the Configuration File



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Edit the Configuration File

On the prime client, the default configuration file is called sfs_rc. The user must edit the sfs_rc configuration file, and only needs to edit it on the prime client. The edit values are:




  • BENCHMARK - Name of the benchmark to run. Valid values are: DATABASE, EDA, SWBUILD, VDA, or VDI.

  • LOAD - Each workload has an associated business metric as a unit of workload. The magnitude of the workload to run is specified with the LOAD parameter in units of the workload’s business metric. Valid values for LOAD are either a starting number or a list of values, all positive integers. If a single value is specified, it is interpreted as a starting value.

  • INCR_LOAD - Incremental increase in load for successive data points in a run. This parameter is used only if LOAD consists of a single (initial) value. To ensure equally spaced points, the value of LOAD and INCR_LOAD must be equal.

  • NUM_RUNS - Number of load points to run and measure (minimum of 10 for a publishable result). This parameter is used only if INCR_LOAD is specified.

  • CLIENT_MOUNTPOINTS - List of local mount points, local directories, or shares, to use in the testing. It can be defined Unix style, Windows style or using a file. It is used to assign both, a load generator, as well as a storage location to a single business metric. The order of entries in the mount points list matters, as the list is consumed sequentially to assign a client and a storage location to each business metric as the load scales up.

  • EXEC_PATH - The full path to the SPEC SFS 2014 executable. Currently the executable is called netmist for POSIX systems and netmist.exe for Windows systems.

  • WARMUP_TIME - The amount of time, in seconds, that the benchmark will spend in WARMUP before initiating the measurement (“RUN”) phase. The minimum for publishable submissions is 300 seconds (five minutes).


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