On Tuesday 30 July 2002 14:22, Bill Rugolsky Jr. wrote:
> On Tue, Jul 30, 2002 at 11:49:02AM +0200, Axel Siebenwirth wrote:
> > I wonder what a good way is to stress test my JFS filesystem. Is there a
> > tool that does something like that maybe? Dont't want performance
> > testing, just all kinds of stress testing to see how the filesystem "is"
> > and to check integrity and functionality.
> See the ext3 cvs tree at
> [Jeff Garzik's CVS tree hosts the ext3 tree.]
> Andrew Morton, being conscientious and methodical, has written lots of
> filesystem testing tools during his work on ext3. Some of these tests
> are for specific ext3 regressions, but many are useful as general
> integrity tests oriented toward journalled filesystems. He has also
> ported/improved several other tools, including a bunch of changes to
> the notorious FSX, the File System eXerciser.
> The Namesys folks also have a test suite for Reiserfs, see www.namesys.com.
> Bill Rugolsky
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