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Trouble with nbperfchk

bumblebeeman85
Level 2

Hi!

I have a issue with nbperfchk. My write test was successfull. I used the command nbperfchk -i zero: -o T:\test -s 80g -syncend.

Now I want to do the read test and use the command: nbperfchk -i T:\test -bs 1M -o NUL.

All i get in the console are the following lines:

9 MB @ 0.0 MB/sec, 0 MB @ 0.0 MB/sec, at 1382082483.

The last number counts up every line by 3, the rest stays the same. for over 2 hours now. 

Am I doing something wrong or is there a hardware/software issue?

Thanks for your help

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watsons
Level 6

Just found that nbperfchk was having this issue back in 7.5.0.6 & 7.6.0.1, from what I know it is fixed in 7.5.0.7 & 7.6.0.2.

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watsons
Level 6

Try with this:

nbperfchk -i T:\test -bs 1024k -o NUL

bumblebeeman85
Level 2

i have tried it now... this is what i get

 

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watsons
Level 6

Strange..

I believe your command prompt is "run as administrator", isn't it?

What if you just try with C:\somefile.txt   (assume somefile.txt exists in C:\) ? 

Might want to check with Symantec support...

Wiriadi_Wangsa
Level 4
Employee Accredited

Hi Bublebeeman85,

Sorry, I'm editing my earlier comment. But essentially you can try experimenting with different buffer size value, e.g. 4096k.

Cheers,

Wiriadi

 

kml
Level 4
Partner Accredited

Hello,

i have the same issue. Did you find a resolution ?

 

watsons
Level 6

Just found that nbperfchk was having this issue back in 7.5.0.6 & 7.6.0.1, from what I know it is fixed in 7.5.0.7 & 7.6.0.2.

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kml
Level 4
Partner Accredited

thanks for the update watsons