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io500:rules:submission [2019/09/23 14:19]
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     - We defined a very high workload for all benchmarks that should satisfy this requirement but you may have to set higher values.     - We defined a very high workload for all benchmarks that should satisfy this requirement but you may have to set higher values.
   - There can be no edits made to the io-500.sh script beyond changing the allowed variables and adding commands to configure the storage system (e.g. setting striping parameters).  ​   - There can be no edits made to the io-500.sh script beyond changing the allowed variables and adding commands to configure the storage system (e.g. setting striping parameters).  ​
-    ​For example, there can be no artificial delays added within the script such as calling ‘sleep’ between phases. ​  +    ​For example, there can be no artificial delays added within the script such as calling ‘sleep’ between phases. ​  
-    ​No edits are allowed to the utilities/​io500_fixed.sh scripts.  ​+    ​No edits are allowed to the utilities/​io500_fixed.sh scripts.  ​
   - The file names for the mdtest and IOR output files may not be pre-created.   - The file names for the mdtest and IOR output files may not be pre-created.
   - You must run the benchmark on a single storage system.   - You must run the benchmark on a single storage system.
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   - Please read the CHANGELOG.md file for the new changes on the IO-500 benchmark   - Please read the CHANGELOG.md file for the new changes on the IO-500 benchmark
   - For the 10 node challenge, there must be exactly 10 physical nodes and at least one benchmark process must run on each   - For the 10 node challenge, there must be exactly 10 physical nodes and at least one benchmark process must run on each
-    ​Virtual machines can be used but the above rule must be followed. ​ More than one virtual machine can be run on each physical node.+    ​Virtual machines can be used but the above rule must be followed. ​ More than one virtual machine can be run on each physical node.