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# Do some important numbers on SSD drives, to gauge what kind of
# performance you might get out of them.
#
# Sequential read and write speeds are tested, these are expected to be
# high. Random reads should also be fast, random writes are where crap
# drives are usually separated from the good drives.
#
# This uses a queue depth of 4. New SATA SSD's will support up to 32
# in flight commands, so it may also be interesting to increase the queue
# depth and compare. Note that most real-life usage will not see that
# large of a queue depth, so 4 is more representative of normal use.
#
[global]
bs=4k
ioengine=libaio
iodepth=4
size=1g
direct=1
runtime=60
directory=/mount-point-of-ssd
filename=ssd.test.file

[seq-read]
rw=read
stonewall

[rand-read]
rw=randread
stonewall

[seq-write]
rw=write
stonewall

[rand-write]
rw=randwrite
stonewall