Understanding the capabilities of your OpenStack Object Storage environment is crucial to determining limits for capacity planning and areas for performance tuning. OpenStack Storage provides a tool named swift-bench capabilities.
Log in to the OpenStack Object storage Proxy server. To log on to our OpenStack Object Storage Proxy host that was created using Vagrant, issue the following command:
vagrant ssh swift
How to achieve it…
Carry out the following to benchmark an OpenStack Object Storage cluster:
- First, create a configuration file named /etc/swift/swift-bench.conf, containing the following contents:
- With this in place, we can simply execute swift-bench, specifying our configuration file:
This produces the following output:
How it works…
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OpenStack Objects Storage comes with a benchmarking tool named swift- bench. This runs through a series of puts, gets, and deletions, calculating the throughput and reporting of any failures in our OpenStack Objectc Storage environment. The configuration file contains the following content:
The user specified must be capable of performing the required operations in our environment, including the creation of containers.
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