etcdctl3-check-datascale - Man Page

Check the memory usage of holding data for different workloads on a given server endpoint.


ETCDCTL=3 etcdctl check datascale [options] [flags]


If no endpoint is provided, localhost will be used. If multiple endpoints are provided, first endpoint will be used.



Compact storage with last revision after test is finished.


Defragment storage after test is finished.

-h,  --help[=false]

help for datascale


The datascale check's workload model. Accepted workloads: s(small), m(medium), l(large), xl(xLarge)


The prefix for writing the datascale check's keys.

Options Inherited from Parent Commands


verify certificates of TLS-enabled secure servers using this CA bundle


identify secure client using this TLS certificate file


timeout for short running command (excluding dial timeout)


enable client-side debug logging


dial timeout for client connections

-d,  --discovery-srv=""

domain name to query for SRV records describing cluster endpoints


service name to query when using DNS discovery


gRPC endpoints


print byte strings as hex encoded strings


accept insecure SRV records describing cluster endpoints


skip server certificate verification (CAUTION: this option should be enabled only for testing purposes)


disable transport security for client connections


keepalive time for client connections


keepalive timeout for client connections


identify secure client using this TLS key file


password for authentication (if this option is used, --user option shouldn't include password)


username[:password] for authentication (prompt if password is not supplied)

-w,  --write-out="simple"

set the output format (fields, json, protobuf, simple, table)

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