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Manual Reference Pages  -  TEST::PARSER::SYSBENCHFILEIO (3)

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NAME

Test::Parser::SysbenchFileIO - Perl module to parse output from Sysbench --test=fileio

CONTENTS

SYNOPSIS



    use Test::Parser::SysbenchFileIO;
    my $parser = new Test::Parser::SysbenchFileIO;
    $parser->parse($text);

    $parser->to_xml();



Additional information is available from the subroutines listed below and from the Test::Parser baseclass.

DESCRIPTION

This module provides a way to parse and neatly display information gained from the Sysbench FileIO test. This module will parse the output given by this command and commands similar to it: ‘sysbench --test=fileio > fileio.output‘ The fileio.output contains the necessary information that SysbenchFileIO is able to parse.

FUNCTIONS

Also see Test::Parser for functions available from the base class.

new()



        Purpose: Create a new Test::Parser::SysbenchFileIO instance
        Input: None
        Output: SysbenchFileIO object



data()



        Purpose: Return a hash representation of the Sysbench data
        Input: None
        Output: SysbenchFileIO data



parse_line()



        Purpose: Parse Sysbench --test=fileio log files.  This method overrides the default parse_line() of Test::Parser
        Input: String (one line of log file)
        Output: 1



AUTHOR

John Daiker <daikerjohn@gmail.com>

COPYRIGHT

Copyright (C) 2006 John Daiker & Open Source Development Labs, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

This script is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.

SEE ALSO

Test::Parser

POD ERRORS

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