From: Jerry Walsh (jerry at domain aardvark.ie)
Date: Tue 01 May 2001 - 11:55:33 IST
What about the time command?
At 11:52 01/05/01 +0100, Liam Bedford wrote:
>On Tue, May 01, 2001 at 11:42:00AM +0100, Stephane Dudzinski came forth with:
> > Hello People,
> > I've been thinking about sending this email for a while. I've been
> > overclocking CPUs mainly for 5 years now and I quite noticed that the
> > only benches and comparisons made are usually under Windows. Even for
> > me, this is the very first time I install a box windows-free and run all
> > my overclocking tests under linux (mp3 encoding, dvd playing, quake
> > demos tests and kernel recompilations).
> > Here's my question : apart from prisme (which is used to stress the CPU
> > and test that it is stable), would you know any other software which
> > would bench and test your box under linux ? There was SPEC before but
> > they seem not to be free anymore :(
>if you're looking for more than just system benchmarking, you have
>quake III, and various other games...
>tuxracer seems to be a bit confused, as it was claiming I was getting 500+
>UT will also benchmark (if you can get it running, which I can't
>under debian sid)
>there's various other programs like hdparm for drive access, bonnie, etc
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