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AUTHOR = "Martin Bligh <>"
NAME = "bonnie"
TEST_CLASS = "Kernel"
TEST_CATEGORY = "Functional"
TEST_TYPE = "client"
DOC = """\
Bonnie is a benchmark which measures the performance of Unix file system
operations. Bonnie is concerned with identifying bottlenecks; the name is a
tribute to Bonnie Raitt, who knows how to use one.
For more info, see
This benchmark configuration run generates sustained write traffic
of 35-50MB/s of .1MB writes to just one disk. It appears to have a
sequential and a random workload. It gives profile measurements for:
throughput, %CPU rand seeks per second. Not sure if the the CPU numbers
are trustworthy.