Release Date: October 06, 2014
- Integrated framework for storage performance testing
- Readily deployable virtual appliance
- Easy configuration and launch of storage I/O tests on one or more hosts
- Integrated performance results at both guest and host levels
- Storage I/O trace replay as an additional workload generator
- Ability to upload storage I/O traces for automatic extraction of vital metrics
- Graphical visualization of workload metrics and performance results
I/O Analyzer has the following minimum system requirements:
- VMware ESX/ESXi version 4.0 or later
- 16.5 GB of storage space (additional space recommended)
- 1 vCPU and 2048 MB VM memory
- A supported Internet browser (Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox)
Complete installation and usage instructions are included in the VMware I/O Analyzer Installation and User’s Guide.
To use the hot patch script, first deploy I/O Analyzer 1.6.2 Update 1, and run the following command from a console: cd /root/ioAnalyzerScripts; ./hotpatch-1.6.2u1.py --ip IP_TO_CONTROLLER_VM_TO_BE_UPGRADED
New in version 1.6.2u1
- Support vSphere 6.5 onward
- Upgrade to OpenSSL 1.0.2o
- Hot patch script to live upgrade existing 1.6.2 VMs
New in version 1.6.2
- Patched BASH binary to fix Shellshock vulnerability
- Patched OpenSSL library to fix Heartbleed vulnerability
- Added warning messages when invalid VM names are detected
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