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XML Benchmark 1.3.0 by Kain
Objective of this project to provide benchmarking toolset for all available multiplatform C/C++ (and some Java) XML parsers.
Here are some key features of "XML Benchmark":
Currently following parsers are supported:
LibXML2 + GDome + LibXSLT + XML Security
Apache Xerces for C + Apache Xala…
XSDBench 1.0.0 by Boris Kolpackov
XSDBench project is a W3C XML Schema benchmark that compares the performance of validating XML parsers. The following parsers are supported in the latest version:
Apache Xerces-C++ (C++)
CodeSynthesis XSD (C++)
Gnome Libxml2 (C)1
Microsoft XML Core Services (MSXML) (C/C++)
Oracle XDK (C/C++)
diskWriggler 1.0.2 by Gavin Stewart
diskWriggler is a benchmark tool for testing disk-based storage throughput. diskWriggler has been designed to provide a report that is meaningful to systems engineers working in the film and post-production industries.
diskWriggler source code is available free and is licensed under the GNU GPL.…
Geekbench Preview 2 by Geek Patrol
Geekbench is a cross-platform benchmark for Linux, Mac OS X and Windows. While Geekbench is still under heavy development, we think it’s useful enough that other people might be interested in running it.
Geekbench tries to measure the performance an average application can expect from the c…
gensink 4.1 by Jes Sorensen
gensink is a simple tcp benchmark program. It is based on original gen/sink code.…
Apache Hello World Benchmarks 1.04 by Joshua Chamas
Apache Hello World Benchmarks is a benchmarking tool that seeks to give a sense of Web application execution speed on various software platforms running under the Apache Web server.
Benchmarks can vary greatly from system to system, so this tool allows one to get numbers on one's own platform. Ap…
mubench 0.2.2 by Alex Izvorski
mubench is an in-depth, low-level benchmark for x86 processors. Its primary goal is to provide useful information for people who optimize assembly code and for people who write compilers. mubench project measures latency and throughput for each individual instruction (sometimes several forms of the…
netperf 2.4.0 rc2 by Rick Jones
Netperf is a benchmark that can be used to measure the performance of many different types of networking.
It provides tests for both unidirecitonal throughput, and end-to-end latency. The environments currently measureable by netperf include:
TCP and UDP via BSD Sockets
Unix Domain S…
Interbench 0.30 by Con Kolivas
Interbench is benchmark application is designed to benchmark interactivity in Linux.
Interbench is designed to measure the effect of changes in Linux kernel design or system configuration changes such as I/O scheduler, cpu and filesystem changes and options. With careful benchmarking, different h…
kernbench 0.41 by Con Kolivas
This is a cpu throughput benchmark originally devised and used by Martin J. Bligh. It is designed to compare kernels on the same machine, or to compare hardware. To compare hardware you need to be running the same architecture machines (eg i386) and run kernbench on the same kernel source tree.
HardInfo 0.4.2 RC2 by Leandro Pereira
HardInfo is a benchmark tool and system information for Linux systems.
Here are some key features of "HardInfo":
Get information about your computer:
Its devices (an…
nbench 2.2.2 by Uwe F. Mayer
The benchmark program takes less than 10 minutes to run (on most machines) and compares the system it is run on to two benchmark systems (a Dell Pentium 90 with 256 KB cache running MSDOS and an AMD K6/233 with 512 KB cache running Linux).
The archive contains the complete source, documentation,…
mod_benchmark 2.0.0 by Jerome Delamarche
mod_benchmark is an Apache module that will you give measure about your server performance...
Here are some key features of "mod benchmark":
High-Quality SVG graphs
New improved Control Panel
Computes average, min and max permformance indicator values
Support Database storage
MBW 1.1 by Andras Horvath
MBW is a memory bandwidth benchmark program.
MBW determines the "copy" memory bandwidth available to userspace programs. Its simplistic approach models that of real applications. It is not tuned to extremes and it is not aware of hardware architecture, just like your average software package.
Open CORBA Benchmarking Suite 1.17 by Ceresek
The Open CORBA Benchmarking Suite measures several basic performance aspects of various CORBA brokers.
The suite produces an XML output that can be submitted to a searchable database of broker performance data and browsed in a graphical form. The suite is portable to a number of platforms and bro…
Easy Benchmarking Suite 1.05 by Karel Kubat
Easy Benchmarking Suite is aimed at testing and benchmarking sites. Basically, the suite can:
Issue requests to a URL. A benchmark typically consists of a given number of clients that concurrently issue a number of requests. A request can be any HTTP request (GET, POST, HEAD etc.) with all necess…
Bioinformatics Benchmark System 3 by Joe Landman
The Bioinformatics Benchmark System is an attempt to build a reasonable testing framework, tests, and data, to enable end users and vendors to probe the performance of their systems.
What we are trying to do is to create a framework for testing, and a core set of tests that all may download and u…
bonnie++ 1.03a by Russell Coker
Bonnie++ is a benchmark suite that is aimed at performing a number of simple tests of hard drive and file system performance.
Then you can decide which test is important and decide how to compare different systems after running it. I have no plans to ever have it produce a single number, because…
libpmsort 0.2 by Markus W. Weissmann
libpmsort provides a parallel merge-sort algorithm that is interface compatible with qsort(3). If the compare function is thread-safe, you may easily swap qsort with pmsort.
Though merge-sort itself is slower then quicksort on average, utilizing multiple CPUs or waiting in parallel for I/O can spee…
HPC Challenge 1.0.0 by HPC Challenge Team
The HPC Challenge benchmark consists of basically 7 benchmarks:
1. HPL - the Linpack TPP benchmark which measures the floating point rate of execution for solving a linear system of equations.
2. DGEMM - measures the floating point rate of execution of double precision real matrix-matrix…
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