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LinuxCPUBurn

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Simple CPU burn program for the major UNIX systems: AIX, BSD, HP-UX, Linux, Solaris etc (full list in the source file #defines). It will discover # of CPU cores and fork the threads to create load on all cores by default.

The number of threads and memory block size can be changed from command line.

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Features

  • Simulates load for some or all CPUs to test cooling system
  • Uses memory buffers of given size (same for all CPUs) to test memory
  • Tested under Fedora 19 x64, FreeBSD 10 x64, Solaris 11 x64. Expected to work on 32 bit systems as well.

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Intended Audience

System Administrators, Developers

User Interface

Console/Terminal

Programming Language

C++

Registered

2013-12-10

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