Protocol independent performance tool
NetPIPE is a protocol independent performance tool that visually represents
the network performance under a variety of conditions. It performs simple
ping-pong tests, bouncing messages of increasing size between two processes,
whether across a network or within an SMP system. Message sizes are chosen
at regular intervals, and with slight perturbations, to provide a complete
test of the communication system. Each data point involves many ping-pong
tests to provide an accurate timing. Latencies are calculated by dividing
the round trip time in half for small messages ( < 64 Bytes ).
For more complete information on NetPIPE, visit the webpage at:
NetPIPE was originally developed by Quinn Snell, Armin Mikler,
John Gustafson, and Guy Helmer.
It is currently being developed and maintained by Dave Turner with
help from several graduate students (Xuehua Chen, Adam Oline,
Brian Smith, Bogdan Vasiliu).
Release 3.6.2 mainly fixes so
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NetPIPE - Network Protocol Independent Performance Evaluator
NPtcp [-h receiver_hostname] [-b TCP_buffer_sizes] [options]
mpirun [-machinefile hostlist] -np 2 NPmpi [-a] [-S] [-z]
mpirun [-machinefile hostlist] -np 2 NPmpi2 [-f] [-g]
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