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|-data_DATA = USER_GUIDE UNDOCUMENTED_OPTIONS|
|+data_DATA = USER_GUIDE|
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|-To use these options, modify USE_UNDOC_OPT=TRUE in iordef.h and then recompile.|
|-For passing arguments to the executable for these options, use this format:|
|- '-O option1=1,option2=0'|
|- * fillTheFileSystem -- limits unnecessary output for showing performance, etc.|
|- The command line '-w -k -m -i 123 -F -O fillTheFileSystem=5' has each task|
|- creating (and keeping) 123 files, showing the time between every fifth file.|
|- * includeDeleteTime -- use with '-O includeDeleteTime=1' to have time to|
|- delete file included in write performance time. Note that if this file|
|- is deleted after the write, there's nothing available for the read back|
|- or checking.|
|- * multiReRead -- use with '-i 5 -v -k -w -W -O multiReRead=1' to have 1 write|
|- of file, followed by 4 reads w/data checking.|
|- * NFS_serverCount -- use with other NFS_* options, -F, and -o to write/read|
|- files across multiple NFS servers. Set the server count to > 0 to enable.|
|- The format is: 'NFS_rootPath/NFS_serverName[0..NFS_serverCount-1]/outFile'.|
|- Each file is written round-robin to a different NFS server.|
|- * NFS_rootPath -- use with NFS_server* options for path to NFS servers.|
|- * NFS_serverName -- ise with NFS_* options for NFS server prefix. Specific|
|- NFS server number is appended to this name, e.g. nfs123.|
|- * corruptFile -- corrupts file after writing for determining data-checking|
|- * cbif.c (Change Byte In File) is a simple utility to check the value of|
|- a file offset; also allows changing a single byte at an offset.|