Your comment about dd means that at least some part of your file system is set up to stripe across multiple OSTs, but my first guess on hearing this would be that IOZone is working in a space where the default striping is left at 1. It’s the simplest explanation, though that doesn’t mean it’s right. :)
Thanks,Any pointers would be very welcome...lustre is functioning fine and when using dd from multiple machines with a bs=102400 it uses all OSS.(iozone -Ra -g 64G)Hi all,When I run the iozone benchmark on lustre it ends up only using one OSS server, I assume this has something to do with the way it writes but I'm not really sure where to look, at the moment I am just using automated tests...