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The idea of this benchmark suite is to quickly get an impression about system performance without setting up complex database benchmarks or even without installing a database at all. Current features allow to test the following system parameters: - file I/O performance - scheduler performance - memory allocation and transfer speed - POSIX threads implementation performance - database server performance (OLTP benchmark)
Primarily written for MySQL server benchmarking, SysBench will be further extended to support multiple database backends, distributed benchmarks and third-party plug-in modules.
SysBench: System evaluation benchmark Why ? The idea is to quickly get an impression about system performance for MySQL usage without setting up complex benchmark and even without installing MySQL. In some cases this is very helpful. This is also the reason for having everything in simple file not depending on any external libraries. Description: This benchmark was designed for identifying bas more»
2008-12-18 Alexey Kopytov <firstname.lastname@example.org> * Fixed the bug with empty --mysql-create-options * Merge two patches from Tim Cook: - use lrand48() as random() is not thread-safe on most platforms - use libumem/mtmalloc for memory allocation if available on the target platform * Got rid of some unnecessary malloc() calls in drv_mysql.c * version 0.4.10 2008-12-09 Alexey Kopytov <al more»
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