Pench is a tiny benchmark program. In only ten seconds this program calculates a cpu index, which allows you to compare different cpu's with each other.
A collection of performance analysis software that can assist with a variety of techniques useful for application software optimization and benchmarking. The current release provides support for analysis with hardware performance counters on Linux.
This project is an approach to automating the testing of performance properties of complex systems.Just like functional specs for software we aim to develop an executable language for asserting performance expectations of a program.This implements Sharon
A Win/Linux tool to verify file HASH in algorithms. And RAM benchmark.
PowerHash supports both Windows (GUI/CLI) and Linux (CLI only). PowerHash can verify file HASH in many algorithms, such as MD5/SHA-1/SHA-256. It also support context menu integration and file Property tab, in my plan, Windows only. PowerHash also can do RAM benchmark by calculating file HASH for many times, so that it consumes all RAM.
Il s'agit de fournir un programme qui log tous les processus qui tournent ou ont tournés, dans le but d'ętre capable d'établir un systčme de facturation. Pas de Traduction.
A generic, vendor-independent open-source application to determine the performance of a pub-sub infrastructure.
"QoS_Man" is a project for simulating QoS manager in Dynamic Real-Time Systems(DRTS).The QoS manager is just part of proposed architechtural model for resource management in DRTS.For more information, visit "results n papers" dir in cvs repository.
QuickMAN is a Mandelbrot fractal generator with multicore support. ASM-optimized code reaches billions of iterations per second on fast CPUs. Features an easy-to-use GUI, realtime pan/zoom, multiple palettes, image logging, and saving in PNG format.
Update and improve the existing Open Source AIM 7 benchmark
Real time micro benchmark multi-lingual suite (RTMB) provides a good way to measure the deterministic quality of hardware, an operating system, or a Java Virtual Machine. RTMB consists of benchmarks in C, C++ and Java
SLOCCount is an easy-to-use tool that counts Source Lines of Code (SLOC). It auto-determines the language(s) (inc. C, C++, Ada, Assembly, shell, COBOL, C#, Fortran, Haskell, Java, LISP/Scheme, Perl, PHP, Python, Ruby, SQL). It also estimates cost & time.
SSLider is a web server benchmarking and testing tool supporting HTTP/HTTPS, cookies, data submission via POST, and scripted site tests suitable for CGI application and servlet testing.
Shut the Box is a simple diversion written in C and GTK+. The object is simple: Roll the dice and click the tiles that sum up to that dice roll until there are no more tiles to click.
Development of internetwork simulation environment for router related research and teaching purposes.
A simple test of random read performance from a disk or file. This is at about the level of sophistication of "Bonnie."
Base Slackware Virtual Image
A slightly modified base package Slackware image suitable for VM performance testing. Project Goals: Development of production testing protocols Base Image Base +Apache Base + MySQL Base + node.js Base + AoE Standard Full Slackware Current VM image The goal of the Slackless project is really two-fold. To provide high quality virtual images of the original Slackware operating system suitable for use and testing in virtual environments in an effort to introduce users new to Slackware to the advantages of the K.I.S.S. development philosophy. It's longer range goal is to produce a procedure for producing minimal functional server images for use in production environments. The goal is to minimize the image size and resource consumption while maintaining the stability and functionality that makes Slackware famous in an effort to provide implementers of virtual environments and option that allows them to install more server images on existing hardware platforms.
Trying to learn about sourceforge. Going to use it to host a sliding puzzle solver than runs in parallel. This version won't even have any locking, just map tiles to threads!
Utility to test the real block size of storage media. Mostly flash (SSD) drives use larger block sizes than 512 bytes and emulate the sector size which may cause severe performance degradation. This tool helps determine real block size. See wiki.
Easy to use server monitor that alerts people if something goes wrong
System Stability Tester is a multi platform open source clone of SuperPI and comes with a GUI and a CLI. It can be used for CPU and RAM burning, stressing and benchmarking.
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).
Telecommunication Application Transaction Processing Benchmark generates a transactional load over parallel client connections, targeted at a database system under test. It is modeled after a mobile network application HLR (Home Location Register).
The ngmark project aims on file-system benchmarking, it is a replacement of the long discontinued postmark. With file size distribution, operation distribution and even more features supported in the future.
Portable, fully-threaded I/O benchmark program
A program to draw (and save the results to files) a diagramm that shows the execution time of a programm, which does some floating point calculations, in dependency of the number of used threads. It saves the result as a gnuplot file and a CSV file.