For best performance, we recommend running on ObjectiveFS on servers with at least 2GB of RAM and 2 cpus.
$ mount.objectivefs -o mt <filesystem> <directory>
iothreadsoptions (see user guide).
ocacheflag enables caching in the object store and will shorten the mount time for medium to large filesystems. The object cache will be generated and refreshed on a mount with this flag enabled and subsequent mounts with ocache will read from the object cache.
$ mount.objectivefs -o ocache <filesystem> <directory>
$ mount.objectivefs -o bulkdata <filesystem> <directory>
$ mount.objectivefs -o hpc <filesystem> <directory>
/dev/urandomcan sometimes become the bottleneck during the filesystem performance testing. We recommend pre-generating the random data in
/tmpand copy them to your filesystem for an accurate measurement.
/dev/zerowill be compressed.
Last updated by ObjectiveFS staff, January 25, 2019
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