a simple GNU/Linux multithread benchmarking tool.
Lbench can make the following measurements
- integer-32 and floating-64 arithmetic performance
- performance of a few engineering functions (sqrt, sin, etc.)
- memory performance for cache memory and main memory
- time overhead to acquire and release a mutex lock
- time overhead to start and complete a process thread
- time overhead to start and complete a sub-process
- time overhead to call and return from a function
- disk I/O throughput for various record and file sizes
- All of these functions can be run with 1-9 parallel threads.
DocumentationThe user guide is available from the [help] button and goes into more detail about each benchmark and its configurable parameters.
released on 29 December 2016
16 October 2009
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This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 20 January 2017.
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