Example for multi-host file system testing

\*
\* This is a multi-host file system test example.
\* Note that an FSD can be used only from ONE host. This to make sure that
\* one host is not deleting a file that an other host is using.
\*
\* Note: with Vdbench 5.00 not specifying specific host names in the FWD
\* will cause a nullpointer Exception.
\*
host=default,user=userx
host=(hosta,one)
host=(hostb,two)

fsd=fsd1,anchor=/home/userx/junk/dir1,depth=2,width=2,files=2,size=128k
fsd=fsd2,anchor=/home/userx/junk/dir2,depth=2,width=2,files=2,size=128k

fwd=fwd1,host=one,fsd=fsd1,operation=read,xfersize=4k,fileio=sequential,fileselect=random,threads=2
fwd=fwd2,host=two,fsd=fsd2,operation=read,xfersize=4k,fileio=sequential,fileselect=random,threads=2

rd=rd1,fwd=fwd\*,fwdrate=max,format=yes,elapsed=10,interval=1

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