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[bench]
# auth = http://localhost:8080/auth/v1.0
# user = test:tester
# key = testing
# auth_version = 1.0
# log-level = INFO
# timeout = 10
# You can configure PUT, GET, and DELETE concurrency independently or set all
# three with "concurrency"
# put_concurrency = 10
# get_concurrency = 10
# del_concurrency = 10
# concurrency =
# A space-sep list of files whose contents will be read and randomly chosen
# as the body (object contents) for each PUT.
# object_sources =
# If object_sources is not set and lower_object_size != upper_object_size,
# each PUT will randomly select an object size between the two values. Units
# are bytes.
# lower_object_size = 10
# upper_object_size = 10
# If object_sources is not set and lower_object_size == upper_object_size,
# every object PUT will contain this many bytes.
# object_size = 1
# num_objects = 1000
# num_gets = 10000
# num_containers = 20
# The base name for created containers.
# container_name = (randomly-chosen uuid4)
# Should swift-bench benchmark DELETEing the created objects and then delete
# all created containers?
# delete = yes
# Without use_proxy, swift-bench will talk directly to the backend Swift
# servers. Doing that will require "url", "account", and at least one
# "devices" entry.
# use_proxy = yes
# If use_proxy = yes, this will override any returned X-Storage-Url returned
# by authenticaion (the account name will still be extracted from
# X-Storage-Url though and may NOT be set with the "account" conf var). If
# use_proxy = no, this setting is required and used as the X-Storage-Url when
# deleting containers and as a source for IP and port for back-end Swift server
# connections. The IP and port specified in this setting must have local
# storage access to every device specified in "devices".
# url =
# Only used (and required) when use_proxy = no.
# account =
# A space-sep list of devices names; only relevant (and required) when
# use_proxy = no.
# devices = sdb1