Utilities to benchmark UNIX systems
Lmbench is a set of utilities to test the performance
of a unix system producing detailed results as well
as providing tools to process them. It includes a series of
micro benchmarks that measure some basic operating
system and hardware metrics:
* file reading and summing
* memory bandwith while reading, writing and copying
* copying data through pipes
* copying data through Unix sockets
* reading data through TCP/IP sockets
This directory contains scripts used to generate or post process lmbench
output. You probably do not want to be here or run these by hand, the
Makefiles in ../src and ../results invoke these. There are some useful
scripts here, however, in particular the graphing scripts. If you are
interested in groff graphing tools, check out ../doc/*graph.1.
README for lmbench 2alpha8 net release.
To run the benchmark, you should be able to say:
If you want to see how you did compared to the other system results
included here, say
Be warned that many of these benchmarks are sensitive to other things
being run on the system, mainly from CPU cache and CPU cycle effects.
So make sure your screen saver is not running,
lmbench for Debian
The original sources have been changed in order to work in
pacakged form (they were supposed to work in a single tarball).
Lmbench scripts and binaries have been placed in /usr/lib/lmbench
in order to avoid binary namespace pollution.
I've tried to change all the scripts in order to break the dependencies
Results are placed at /var/lib/lmbench/resu
bargraph - compi
PGRAPH(1) Docomentation tools PGRAPH(1)
pgraph - compile
LMBENCH(3) LMBENCH LMBENCH(3)
lmbench - benchm
lmbench reporting(3) LMBENCH lmbench reporting(3)
milli, micro, na
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