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The Linux I/O profiler (ioprof) is a tool that provides significant insight into I/O workloads while remaining easy to use. It reports the following information:
seewhere the hot data resides
The tool is recommended to be used to further analyze I/O intensive workloads after running tools like iostat, since blktrace/blkparse can affect performance.
It is intended to be stable enough to use to profile production systems and makes every attempt to minimize resource utilization. In additon, the trace file is self-contained and can be offloaded for analysis on a separate system.
Perl v5.x and Perl Core Library
Requires the following tools:
Optional PDF report requires:
The tool currently groups statistics into 1MB
buckets to provide relatively
accurate results, while minimizing system resources.
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