[lustre-discuss] LNET Self-test

Raj rajgautam at gmail.com
Sun Feb 5 11:53:21 PST 2017

You should be able to do concurrent streams using --concurrency option. I
would try with 2/4/8.

On Sun, Feb 5, 2017 at 1:30 PM Jon Tegner <tegner at foi.se> wrote:

> Hi,
> I'm trying to use lnet selftest to evaluate network performance on a
> test setup (only two machines). Using e.g., iperf or Netpipe I've
> managed to demonstrate the bandwidth of the underlying 10 Gbits/s
> network (and typically you reach the expected bandwidth as the packet
> size increases).
> How can I do the same using lnet selftest (i.e., verifying the bandwidth
> of the underlying hardware)? My initial thought was to increase the I/O
> size, but it seems the maximum size one can use is "--size=1M".
> Thanks,
> /jon
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