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I/O request size

By abcuz ·
Hi gurus,

Is there a way I can find the I/O request size on a disk. Thanks

George M

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by Astute In reply to I/O request size

Use iostat command, depending on u r unix flavour like iostat -xn


Good luck

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by Jay Allen In reply to I/O request size

what type of info are you looking for - usage, throughput rates, virtual memory, etc? Both HP and AIX use iostat and provide different info in different ways. Just peek at the man pages.

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by abcuz In reply to I/O request size

I wanted to the know the i/o request size of each disks (looks like iostat does the job) so that i can set an inode size so as to make the system more efficient.

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