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Korea Crypt(encrypt & decrypt) Library supporting AES, SEED and ARIA.
LDAP Benchmark is a benchmark utility for measuring LDAP directory server performance. Multiple SDKs are supported for performing benchmarks (OpenLDAP and Mozilla).
The linbench LiveCD is a GNU/Linux distribution made for benchmarking purposes - currently it only runs on i686 compatible processors that supports the mmx technology. It's console-based using an ncurses frontend for configuring the benchmark session.
Sorting Algorithm features include: insert, update, search, delete in k(n) time where k is a constant = average size of token (key) n is the number of tokens to be sorted Time Complexity(big O): = O(n) ( cf binary tree: = O(nlogn) )
The PCITOP package is used to monitor PCI bus utilization. It pokes and prods counters in the root bridge chipsets found in a system, parses the data, and produces a display showing utilization as a percentage for each root bridge.
SRMON stands for System Resource MONitor. Its strength points are: * system resources graphics showed through browser * monitoring of local & remote servers * multiple servers views at a glance * different graphics views * alarms
This is an update to the original public-domain ttcp TCP throughput tester. It is updated to support modern Solaris, NetBSD, and IPv6.
Vesuv, the very extensible system usage visualizer aims to be complete system for visualizing cpu/memory/net usage on analog voltmeters connected to computer (complete schematics included) or via ncurses library.
System monitor is a Java library for monitoring system resources like memory and CPU consumption. The library provides unified cross-platform API for accessing system information. Currently Linux and Windows are supported via Java Native Interface (JNI).3 weekly downloads
BEYE (Binary EYE) is a free, portable, advanced file viewer with built-in editor for binary, hexadecimal and disassembler modes. It contains a highlight AVR/Java/i86-AMD64/ARM-XScale/PPC-64 and other disassembler, full preview of MZ,NE,PE,ELF and other.142 weekly downloads