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Test performance of storage devices
This utility can be used to test performance of storage devices.
It works by generating a test file which contains I/O requests with random size and random offset. It then spawns parallel processes which send requests to the given device based on the test file data.
Checkout these related ports:
- Wrk - Modern HTTP benchmarking tool
- Webbench - Simple forking web benchmark
- Vkpeak - Profile Vulkan devices to find their peak capacities
- Vkoverhead - Evaluate CPU overhead of Vulkan drivers
- Vkmark - Vulkan benchmark
- Vegeta - HTTP load testing tool and library
- Uperf - Network performance tool to model and replay of networking patterns
- Unixbench - BYTE magazine's Public Domain benchmark for UNIX
- Uica - Code Analyzer from the uops.info project
- Ubench - Unix Benchmark Utility for CPU(s) and memory
- Typometer - Text/code editor typing latency analyzer
- Ttcp - Benchmarking tool for analysing TCP and UDP performance
- Tsung - Multi-protocol distributed load testing tool
- Thrulay - Network capacity tester
- Tcpblast - Measures the throughput of a TCP connection