STRIPENAMETYPE

Syntax:

STRIPENAMETYPE=[0/1]

Comments:

If StripeNameType is set to 0, the stripe files use the same filename as the base file, but with a stripe number appended to the basename, before the file extension. For example, if the file test.dat has 3 stripes, the base file and its stripes are called:

File Description
test.dat base file
test01.dat stripe number 1
test02.dat stripe number 2
test03.dat stripe number 3

If the basename is too long to accommodate the stripe file number, characters are removed from the right of the basename. For example, if the file testfile.dat has 3 stripes, the file and its stripes are called:

File Description
testfile.dat base file
testfi01.dat stripe number 1
testfi02.dat stripe number 2
testfi03.dat stripe number 3

If StripeNameType is set to 1, the stripe files use the same filename as the base file but with a stripe number appended to the filename, after the file extension. Note that the base file becomes stripe 0 and is renamed. For example, if the file test.dat has 3 stripes, the base file and its stripes are called:

File Description
test.dat.00 base file
test.dat.01 stripe number 1
test.dat.02 stripe number 2
test.dat.03 stripe number 3