The dbench (disk) and tbench (TCP) benchmarks
dbench and tbench simulate the load of the netbench "industry
standard" benchmark used to rate (windows) file servers. Unlike netbench,
they do not require a lab of Microsoft Windows PCs: dbench produces
the filesystem load on a netbench run, and tbench produces the
network load, allowing simpler bottleneck isolation.
Note that this benchmark is *not* a realistic reflection of normal
Netbench is a terrible benchmark, but it's an "industry standard" and
it's what is used in the press to rate windows fileservers like Samba
The big problem with netbench for the open source community is that
very few people who work on open source software have the facilities
to run it properly. You need a lab with between 60 and 150 windows P
dbench - Measure disk throughput for simulated netbench run
tbench [options]numclientsserver tbench_srv [options]
This manual page documents briefly the dbench and tbench
benchmarks. This manual page was written for the Debian
dbench (4.0-2) unstable; urgency=low
* Added build-depends on autoconf, fixes FTBFS (closes: #524415)
* Added build-depends on libpopt-dev.
-- Mattias Nordstrom <email@example.com> Fri, 17 Apr 2009 15:57:13 +0300
dbench (4.0-1) unstable; urgency=low
* New upstream release
* Updated to Debian Policy v18.104.22.168, no changes needed.
* New maintainer email address.
-- Mattias Nordstro
This package was adopted for Debian maintainership by Mattias Nordstrom
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