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Fri, 31 Jan 2014
[ 13:40 pawel ] Original commit 
341993 benchmarks/Makefile
341993 benchmarks/ramspeed
341993 benchmarks/ramspeed/Makefile
341993 benchmarks/ramspeed/distinfo
341993 benchmarks/ramspeed/files
341993 benchmarks/ramspeed/files/patch-build.sh
341993 benchmarks/ramspeed/pkg-descr
RAMspeed is a command line utility to measure cache and memory performance of
computer systems. It offers 18 cache and memory benchmarks for i386 and amd64
machines, though 6 only for alpha ones. There are *mark benchmarks such as
INTmark, FLOATmark, MMXmark and SSEmark. They operate with linear (sequential)
data streams passed through ALU, FPU, MMX and SSE units respectively.
There are also *mem benchmarks such as INTmem, FLOATmem, MMXmem and SSEmem.
These are supposed to illustrate how fast is actual read/write memory
performance. There are also non-temporal versions of MMX and SSE benchmarks.
They have been coded with special instructions to minimise cache pollution on
memory reads and to eliminate it completely on memory writes. In addition, they
operate with a built in aggressive data prefetching algorithm. In some cases,
non-temporal MMXmark and SSEmark can deliver almost 100% of theoretical
bandwidth while reading.

WWW: http://alasir.com/software/ramspeed/

PR:		ports/186108
Submitted by:	Martin Kammerhofer <mkamm@gmx.net>
Tue, 21 Jan 2014
[ 04:56 bmah ] Original commit 
340548 benchmarks/Makefile
340548 benchmarks/iperf3
340548 benchmarks/iperf3/Makefile
340548 benchmarks/iperf3/distinfo
340548 benchmarks/iperf3/pkg-descr
New port:  benchmarks/iperf3

iperf is a tool for measuring the maximum TCP and UDP bandwidth along
a path between two hosts.  It allows the tuning of various
parameters and UDP characteristics, and reports bandwidth, delay
jitter, datagram loss.  iperf was originally developed by NLANR/DAST.

iperf3 is a new implementation from scratch, with the goal of a
smaller, simpler code base, and a library version of the functionality
that can be used in other programs.  iperf3 also a number of features
found in other tools such as nuttcp and netperf, but were missing from
iperf 2.x.  iperf3 is not backwards compatible with iperf 2.x.

WWW: https://code.google.com/p/iperf/

Approved by:	mat (mentor)
Wed, 8 Jan 2014
[ 20:18 skreuzer ] Original commit 
339169 benchmarks/Makefile
339169 benchmarks/spec-sfs
339169 benchmarks/spec-sfs/Makefile
339169 benchmarks/spec-sfs/distinfo
339169 benchmarks/spec-sfs/files
339169 benchmarks/spec-sfs/files/patch-Makefile
339169 benchmarks/spec-sfs/files/patch-libcifs-connect.c
339169 benchmarks/spec-sfs/files/patch-post_install.sh
339169 benchmarks/spec-sfs/files/patch-src-Makefile
339169 benchmarks/spec-sfs/files/patch-submit_tools-Makefile

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SPECsfs2008: the SPEC NFSv3/CIFS benchmark

SPECsfs2008 is the latest version of the Standard Performance Evaluation
Corporation benchmark suite measuring file server throughput and response time,
providing a standardized method for comparing performance across different
vendor platforms. SPECsfs2008 results summarize the server's capabilities with
respect to the number of operations that can be handled per second, as well as
the overall latency of the operations. The suite is a follow-on to the SFS97_R1
benchmark, adding a CIFS workload, an updated NFSv3 workload, support for
additional client platforms, and a new test harness and reporting/submission
framework.

The ISO for SPECsfs2008 must be purchased from SPEC's web site, before
this port can be built.

WWW: http://www.spec.org/sfs2008/

PR:		ports/185221
Submitted by:	Craig Rodrigues <rodrigc@FreeBSD.org>
Sat, 13 Jul 2013
[ 08:44 rene ] Original commit 
322904 MOVED
322904 benchmarks/Makefile
322904 benchmarks/polygraph31
Remove expired port:
2013-07-13 benchmarks/polygraph31: Broken since March 2010
Sat, 15 Jun 2013
[ 17:21 danfe ] Original commit 
321007 benchmarks/Makefile
321007 benchmarks/iorate
321007 benchmarks/iorate/Makefile
321007 benchmarks/iorate/distinfo
321007 benchmarks/iorate/files
321007 benchmarks/iorate/files/patch-ior_mach.c
321007 benchmarks/iorate/files/patch-ior_mach.h
321007 benchmarks/iorate/pkg-descr
321007 benchmarks/iorate/pkg-plist
Add the port of Iorate, a general purpose storage I/O benchmarking tool.

PR:	ports/175630
Mon, 11 Mar 2013
[ 13:39 danfe ] Original commit 
313896 benchmarks/Makefile
313896 benchmarks/interbench
313896 benchmarks/interbench/Makefile
313896 benchmarks/interbench/distinfo
313896 benchmarks/interbench/files
313896 benchmarks/interbench/files/patch-interbench.c
313896 benchmarks/interbench/pkg-descr
Interbench is an application designed to benchmark interactivity in Linux^W
Unix-like operating systems.

WWW: http://users.on.net/~ckolivas/interbench/
Fri, 8 Mar 2013
[ 02:44 beech ] Original commit 
313611 benchmarks/Makefile
313611 benchmarks/flowgrind
313611 benchmarks/flowgrind/Makefile
313611 benchmarks/flowgrind/distinfo
313611 benchmarks/flowgrind/pkg-descr
313611 benchmarks/flowgrind/pkg-plist
Flowgrind grinds flows among hosts in your network. It is a tool similar
to iperf, netperf to measure throughput and other metrics for TCP.
Flowgrind is split into two components: the flowgrind daemon and the
flowgrind controller. Using the controller, flows between any two systems
running the flowgrind daemon can be setup (third party tests). At regular
intervals during the test the controller collects and displays the
measured results from the daemons. It can run multiple flows at once with
the same or different settings and individually schedule every one.
Test and control connection can optionally be diverted to different interfaces.

WWW: http://launchpad.net/flowgrind

PR:		ports/176728
Submitted by:	Lars Eggert <lars@eggert.org>
Fri, 1 Mar 2013
[ 23:16 pawel ] Original commit 
313173 benchmarks/Makefile
313173 benchmarks/spp
313173 benchmarks/spp/Makefile
313173 benchmarks/spp/distinfo
313173 benchmarks/spp/pkg-descr
SPP provides frequently updated RTT estimates using IP traffic already
present in the network. SPP estimates the RTT between two measurement
points without requiring precise time synchronisation between each
point. SPP accurately estimates the RTT experienced by any application's
traffic without needing modifications to the application itself
or the routers along the path.

WWW: http://caia.swin.edu.au/tools/spp/

PR:		ports/176249
Submitted by:	Lars Eggert <lars@eggert.org>
Fri, 22 Feb 2013
[ 15:02 brucec (src committer) ] Original commit 
312770 MOVED
312770 benchmarks/Makefile
312770 benchmarks/fio
312770 benchmarks/fio/Makefile
312770 sysutils/Makefile
312770 sysutils/fio
Move sysutils/fio to benchmarks category.
Tue, 11 Dec 2012
[ 20:02 rm ] Original commit 
308709 benchmarks/Makefile
308709 benchmarks/nosqlbench
308709 benchmarks/nosqlbench/Makefile
308709 benchmarks/nosqlbench/distinfo
308709 benchmarks/nosqlbench/pkg-descr
308709 benchmarks/nosqlbench/pkg-plist
nb - Micro-benchmarking NoSQL storage. Features include:

* Benchmarking support: tarantool, memcached, redis
* GNUPlot generation

WWW: https://github.com/mailru/nosqlbench

PR:		170347
Submitted by:	Gvozdikov Veniamin <g.veniamin@googlemail.com>
Wed, 28 Nov 2012
[ 09:05 bapt ] Original commit 
307892 MOVED
307892 benchmarks/Makefile
307892 benchmarks/gsbench
307892 benchmarks/xengine
307892 biology/Makefile
307892 biology/belvu
307892 multimedia/Makefile
307892 multimedia/kaffeine-mozilla
307892 net/Makefile
307892 net/tryst

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2012-11-26 benchmarks/gsbench: No more public distfiles
2012-11-26 benchmarks/xengine: No more public distfiles
2012-11-26 biology/belvu: No more public distfiles
2012-11-26 multimedia/kaffeine-mozilla: No more public distfiles
2012-11-26 www/gnustep-ticker: Abandonware
2012-11-26 net/tryst-examples: Abandonware
2012-11-26 net/tryst: Abandonware

Feature safe:	yes
Wed, 1 Aug 2012
[ 17:54 osa ] Original commit 
301836 benchmarks/Makefile
301836 benchmarks/wrk
301836 benchmarks/wrk/Makefile
301836 benchmarks/wrk/distinfo
301836 benchmarks/wrk/pkg-descr
Add wrk - a HTTP benchmarking tool.

Requested by:	maxim
Fri, 20 Jul 2012
[ 21:17 jgh ] Original commit 
301243 MOVED
301243 benchmarks/Makefile
301243 benchmarks/tsung
301243 benchmarks/tsung/Makefile
301243 benchmarks/tsung/distinfo
301243 benchmarks/tsung/pkg-descr
301243 benchmarks/tsung/pkg-plist
- Remove benchmarks/tsung from Attic
- update to 1.4.2

PR:	ports/169832
Submitted by:	linpct@gmail.com
Tue, 26 Jun 2012
[ 17:36 makc ] Original commit 
1.7 Mk/bsd.efl.mk
1.75 benchmarks/Makefile
1.1 benchmarks/expedite/Makefile
1.1 benchmarks/expedite/distinfo
1.1 benchmarks/expedite/pkg-descr
1.1 benchmarks/expedite/pkg-plist
1.33 databases/edb/Makefile
1.5006 devel/Makefile
1.9 devel/e_dbus/Makefile
1.4 devel/e_dbus/distinfo

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- Update E17 ports:
  EFL updated to 1.1.0 and E17 updated to 0.16.999.65643 (svn 65643)
- Pass maintainership to submitter.
- New ports:
        benchmarks/expedite
        devel/eio
        graphics/evas-loader-generic
        graphics/evas-loader-ico
        graphics/evas-loader-psd
        graphics/evas-loader-wbmp
        graphics/evas_generic_loaders-gst
        graphics/evas_generic_loaders-pdf
        graphics/evas_generic_loaders-ps
        graphics/evas_generic_loaders-raw
        graphics/evas_generic_loaders-xcf
        x11-wm/e17-module-comp-scale
        x11-wm/e17-module-e-tiling
        x11-wm/e17-module-elfe
        x11-wm/e17-module-everything-aspell
        x11-wm/e17-module-everything-shotgun
        x11-wm/e17-module-xkbswitch

PR:             ports/167405
Submitted by:   Grzegorz Blach <magik at roorback.net>
Thu, 1 Mar 2012
[ 20:12 wxs ] Original commit 
1.74 benchmarks/Makefile
1.1 benchmarks/cpipe/Makefile
1.1 benchmarks/cpipe/distinfo
1.1 benchmarks/cpipe/pkg-descr
Cpipe copies its standard input to its standard output while measuring the time
it takes to read an input buffer and write an output buffer. Statistics of
average throughput and the total amount of bytes copied are printed to the
standard error output.

WWW: http://developer.berlios.de/projects/cpipe/

PR:             ports/165593
Submitted by:   "Christopher J. Umina" <chris@uminac.com>
Mon, 1 Aug 2011
[ 04:29 bapt ] Original commit 
1.666 LEGAL
1.2539 MOVED
1.73 benchmarks/Makefile
1.18 benchmarks/rawio/Makefile
1.11 benchmarks/rawio/distinfo
1.6 benchmarks/rawio/files/patch-ad
1.2 benchmarks/rawio/pkg-descr
1.15 benchmarks/tmetric/Makefile
1.11 benchmarks/tmetric/distinfo
1.5 benchmarks/tmetric/pkg-descr

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Bye bye abandonwares (part 2)

2011-08-01 benchmarks/rawio: Looks like an abandonware, no more public distfiles
2011-08-01 benchmarks/tmetric: Looks like abandonware, no more public distfiles
2011-08-01 biology/L-Breeder: Looks like an abandonware, no more public distfile
2011-08-01 biology/crimap: Looks like an abandonware, no more public distfile
2011-08-01 biology/distribfold: No more upstream, looks like an abandonware
2011-08-01 biology/kinemage: Looks like an abandonware, no more public distfile
2011-08-01 biology/lsysexp: Looks like an abandonware, no more public distfile
2011-08-01 chinese/chm2html: Looks like an abandonware, no more public distfile
2011-08-01 chinese/ntuttf: No more public distfiles available
2011-08-01 chinese/reciteword: Looks like an abandonware, no more public
distfile
2011-08-01 chinese/tocps: No more pulic distfiles
2011-08-01 chinese/xttmgr: Looks like an abandonware, no more public distfile
2011-08-01 comms/mserver: Looks like an abandonware, no more public distfiles
2011-08-01 comms/qicosi: Looks like an abandonware, no more public distfile
2011-08-01 comms/sms_client: Looks like an abandonware, no more public distfile
2011-08-01 comms/smstools: Looks like an abandonware, no more public distfile
2011-08-01 converters/siconv: Looks like an abandonware, no more public
distfiles
2011-08-01 converters/utf8conv: Looks like an abandonware, no more public
distfile
2011-08-01 databases/pgcluster: Looks like an abandonware, no more public
distfile
2011-08-01 databases/py-MySQL: Please use databases/py-MySQLdb instead
2011-08-01 databases/py-SQLDict: Looks like an abandonware, no more public
distfile
2011-08-01 databases/py-rrdpipe: Looks like an abandonware, no more public
distfile
2011-08-01 databases/sybase_ase: no more public distfiles available
Sun, 9 Jan 2011
[ 08:08 flo ] Original commit 
1.72 benchmarks/Makefile
1.1 benchmarks/filebench/Makefile
1.1 benchmarks/filebench/distinfo
1.1 benchmarks/filebench/pkg-descr
1.1 benchmarks/filebench/pkg-plist
Add new port benchmarks/filebench

Filebench is quick to set up and use unlike many of the commercial
benchmarks which it can emulate. It is also a handy tool for
micro-benchmarking storage subsystems and studying the relationships of
complex applications such as relational databases with their storage
without having to incur the costs of setting up those applications,
loading data and so forth.

Filebench uses loadable workload personalities in a common framework to
allow easy emulation of complex applications upon file systems. The
workload personalities use a Workload Definition Language to define the
workload's model.

WWW: http://www.solarisinternals.com/wiki/index.php/FileBench
WWW: http://www.fsl.cs.sunysb.edu/~vass/filebench/

PR:             ports/153750
Submitted by:   "Tom Judge" <tom@tomjudge.com>
Approved by:    fjoe (mentor)
Tue, 21 Sep 2010
[ 14:17 ashish ] Original commit 
1.71 benchmarks/Makefile
1.1 benchmarks/netperfmeter/Makefile
1.1 benchmarks/netperfmeter/distinfo
1.1 benchmarks/netperfmeter/pkg-descr
NetPerfMeter is a network performance meter for the UDP,
TCP, SCTP and DCCP transport protocols over IPv4 and IPv6.
It simultaneously transmits bidirectional flows to an endpoint
and measures the resulting flow bandwidths and QoS. The
results are written as vector and scalar files. The vector
files can e.g. be used to create plots of the results.

WWW: http://www.iem.uni-due.de/~dreibh/netperfmeter/

PR:             ports/148994
Approved by:    tabthorpe (mentor)
Mon, 23 Aug 2010
[ 11:20 decke ] Original commit 
1.70 benchmarks/Makefile
1.1 benchmarks/randomio/Makefile
1.1 benchmarks/randomio/distinfo
1.1 benchmarks/randomio/files/patch-Makefile
1.1 benchmarks/randomio/pkg-descr
Randomio is a multithreaded disk i/o microbenchmark. It
requires O_DIRECT, pread/pwrite, and pthreads.

WWW: http://www.arctic.org/~dean/randomio/

PR:             ports/149838
Submitted by:   Sergey Kandaurov <pluknet at gmail dot com> (maintainer)
Approved by:    beat (co-mentor)
Mon, 22 Feb 2010
[ 18:38 kmoore ] Original commit 
1.69 benchmarks/Makefile
1.1 benchmarks/phoronix-test-suite/Makefile
1.1 benchmarks/phoronix-test-suite/distinfo
1.1 benchmarks/phoronix-test-suite/files/patch-install-sh
1.1 benchmarks/phoronix-test-suite/pkg-descr
1.1 benchmarks/phoronix-test-suite/pkg-plist
New port -- Phoronix Benchmarking Suite

Approved by: miwi(mentor)
Feature safe:   yes
Tue, 12 Jan 2010
[ 21:53 pgj ] Original commit 
1.68 benchmarks/Makefile
1.1 benchmarks/hs-criterion/Makefile
1.1 benchmarks/hs-criterion/distinfo
1.1 benchmarks/hs-criterion/pkg-descr
1.1 benchmarks/hs-criterion/pkg-plist
This Haskell library provides a powerful but simple way to measure the
performance of Haskell code. It provides both a framework for executing
and analysing benchmarks and a set of driver functions that makes it
easy to build and run benchmarks, and to analyse their results.

WWW: http://hackage.haskell.org/package/criterion

PR:             ports/142495
Submitted by:   Jacula Modyun <jacula(at)gmail.com>
Thu, 3 Sep 2009
[ 19:03 miwi ] Original commit 
1.67 benchmarks/Makefile
1.1 benchmarks/nuttcp/Makefile
1.1 benchmarks/nuttcp/distinfo
1.1 benchmarks/nuttcp/pkg-descr
1.1 benchmarks/nuttcp/pkg-plist
nuttcp is a network performance measurement tool intended for use
by network and system managers. Its most basic usage is to determine
the raw TCP (or UDP) network layer throughput by transferring memory
buffers from a source system across an interconnecting network to
a destination system, either transferring data for a specified time
interval, or alternatively transferring a specified number of bytes.

nuttcp is based on nttcp, but have several useful  features such
as a server mode, rate limiting, multiple parallel streams, and
timer based usage.

WWW: http://www.lcp.nrl.navy.mil/nuttcp/

PR:             ports/137876
Submitted by:   Andy Clark <andrewclarkii at gmail.com>
Mon, 13 Jul 2009
[ 22:40 pgollucci ] Original commit 
1.66 benchmarks/Makefile
1.1 benchmarks/slowloris/Makefile
1.1 benchmarks/slowloris/distinfo
1.1 benchmarks/slowloris/files/extra-nothreads
1.1 benchmarks/slowloris/pkg-descr
Slowloris both helps identify the timeout windows of a HTTP server or Proxy
server, can bypass httpready protection and ultimately performs a fairly low
bandwidth denial of service.  It has the added benefit of allowing the server
to come back at any time (once the program is killed), and not spamming the
logs excessively.  It also keeps the load nice and low on the target server, so
other vital processes don't die unexpectedly, or cause alarm to anyone who is
logged into the server for other reasons.

The main audience using slowloris is of course a system administrators wanting
to measure their webserver's performance and vulnerability.

WWW: http://ha.ckers.org/slowloris/

PR:             ports/136281
Submitted by:   Alexey V. Degtyarev
Wed, 24 Sep 2008
[ 07:26 amdmi3 ] Original commit 
1.65 benchmarks/Makefile
1.1 benchmarks/octave-forge-benchmark/Makefile
1.1 benchmarks/octave-forge-benchmark/distinfo
1.1 benchmarks/octave-forge-benchmark/pkg-descr
1.1 benchmarks/octave-forge-benchmark/pkg-plist
The octave-forge package is the result of The GNU Octave Repositry project,
which is intended to be a central location for custom scripts, functions and
extensions for GNU Octave. contains the source for all the functions plus
build and install scripts.

This is benchmark.

The package contains code used to benchmark speed of Octave.

WWW: http://octave.sourceforge.net/

PR:             127301
Submitted by:   Stephen Montgomery-Smith <stephen at math dot missouri dot edu>
Wed, 18 Jun 2008
[ 10:47 edwin ] Original commit 
1.64 benchmarks/Makefile
1.22 benchmarks/polygraph31/Makefile
Please repocopy benchmarks/polygraph to benchmarks/polygraph31

        I'm going to update the polygraph port to a more reasonable release;
        I'd like it to be a new port which I can maintain.

PR:             ports/124405
Submitted by:   Adrian Chadd <adrian@FreeBSD.org>
Sat, 5 Apr 2008
[ 18:25 pav ] Original commit 
1.63 benchmarks/Makefile
1.1 benchmarks/geekbench/Makefile
1.1 benchmarks/geekbench/distinfo
1.1 benchmarks/geekbench/pkg-descr
Geekbench is a cross-platform benchmark suite for Mac OS X, Windows,
Solaris, and Linux. Geekbench is designed to measure the performance
an average application can expect from both the processor and the
memory subsystem.

Geekbench's benchmarks are written in platform-neutral C++, and have
no platform-specific optimizations. Geekbench is compiled with what we
consider the de-facto standard compiler for each platform, with the
compiler switches suggested by the compiler vendor for release code.

WWW:    http://www.geekpatrol.ca/geekbench/

PR:             ports/106533
Submitted by:   Gea-Suan Lin <gslin@gslin.org>
Wed, 27 Feb 2008
[ 23:52 miwi ] Original commit 
1.19442 /CVSROOT/modules
1.569 LEGAL
1.1544 MOVED
1.62 benchmarks/Makefile
1.3 benchmarks/tsung/Makefile
1.2 benchmarks/tsung/distinfo
1.2 benchmarks/tsung/pkg-descr
1.2 benchmarks/tsung/pkg-plist
1.1188 games/Makefile
1.4 games/ggo/Makefile

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2007-10-31 www/vtiger4: This version is no longer supported by the developers
2007-12-01 www/xpi-surfkeys: Development has been ceased
2008-02-01 sysutils/eventwatcher: no active development
2007-10-27 sysutils/p5-UPS-Nut: Version branch long since retired
2007-10-31 net-mgmt/netsaint: Now developed as Nagios, see net-mgmt/nagios port
2007-10-31 net-mgmt/netsaint-plugins: Now developed as Nagios, see
net-mgmt/nagios port
2008-01-22 benchmarks/tsung: "fails to install"
2007-10-03 games/ggo: developer's focus have moved elsewhere
2008-02-15 mail/claws-mail-etpan_privacy: no longer supported by developers
Fri, 21 Dec 2007
[ 15:31 garga ] Original commit 
1.19099 /CVSROOT-ports/modules
1.1522 MOVED
1.61 benchmarks/Makefile
1.5 benchmarks/xdd/Makefile
1.966 sysutils/Makefile
1.4 sysutils/xdd/Makefile
1.3 sysutils/xdd/distinfo
1.3 sysutils/xdd/files/freebsd.makefile
1.3 sysutils/xdd/files/patch-global_time.c
1.3 sysutils/xdd/files/patch-initialization.c

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- Repocopy sysutils/xdd -> benchmarks/xdd since it's a better category for this

PR:             ports/117407
Submitted by:   obrien@
Repocopied by:  marcus@
Approved by:    maintainer
Mon, 17 Dec 2007
[ 01:43 araujo ] Original commit 
1.1521 MOVED
1.60 benchmarks/Makefile
1.1949 net/Makefile
- Move sipp to new category benchmarks. [1]
- Update to 2.0.20071024. [2]

PR:             ports/117305 [1], ports/117463 [2]
Submitted by:   araujo [1], Artem Naluzhnyy <tut@nhamon.com.ua> (maintainer) [2]
Approved by:    stas (mentor, implicit)
Mon, 4 Jun 2007
[ 21:30 skv ] Original commit 
1.59 benchmarks/Makefile
1.1 benchmarks/tsung/Makefile
1.1 benchmarks/tsung/distinfo
1.1 benchmarks/tsung/pkg-descr
1.1 benchmarks/tsung/pkg-plist
Add tsung 1.2.1, multi-protocol distributed load testing tool.
Mon, 30 Apr 2007
[ 07:10 miwi ] Original commit 
1.58 benchmarks/Makefile
1.1 benchmarks/mdtest/Makefile
1.1 benchmarks/mdtest/distinfo
1.1 benchmarks/mdtest/files/patch-Makefile
1.1 benchmarks/mdtest/pkg-descr
The mdtest software is used for testing the metadata
performance of a file system.

WWW:    http://www.llnl.gov/icc/lc/siop/

PR:             ports/112237
Submitted by:   Chao Shin <quakelee at cn.freebsd.org>
Tue, 3 Apr 2007
[ 01:56 clsung ] Original commit 
1.57 benchmarks/Makefile
1.1 benchmarks/rubygem-railsbench/Makefile
1.1 benchmarks/rubygem-railsbench/distinfo
1.1 benchmarks/rubygem-railsbench/pkg-descr
1.1 benchmarks/rubygem-railsbench/pkg-plist
Add rubygem-railsbench 0.9.2, scripts designed for benchmarking of Rails
applications.

PR:             ports/111134
Submitted by:   Alexander Logvinov <ports at logvinov.com>
Mon, 8 Jan 2007
[ 03:48 clsung ] Original commit 
1.56 benchmarks/Makefile
1.1 benchmarks/p5-Benchmark-Forking/Makefile
1.1 benchmarks/p5-Benchmark-Forking/distinfo
1.1 benchmarks/p5-Benchmark-Forking/pkg-descr
1.1 benchmarks/p5-Benchmark-Forking/pkg-plist
Add p5-Benchmark-Forking 0.99, run benchmarks in separate processes.

PR:             ports/107593
Submitted by:   Gea-Suan Lin <gslin at gslin.org>
Thu, 14 Dec 2006
[ 20:16 dinoex ] Original commit 
1.55 benchmarks/Makefile
1.1 benchmarks/gsbench/Makefile
1.1 benchmarks/gsbench/distinfo
1.1 benchmarks/gsbench/files/patch-dhry_1.c
1.1 benchmarks/gsbench/pkg-descr
1.1 benchmarks/gsbench/pkg-plist
This is GSBench for GNUstep. It started as a simple conversion of NXBench for
NEXTSTEP. I rewrote the entire application for version 0.5 in order to have an
open architecture which allows the integration of other benchmarks by using
bundles.

WWW: http://www.nice.ch/~phip/softcorner.html
Thu, 23 Nov 2006
[ 11:56 miwi ] Original commit 
1.54 benchmarks/Makefile
1.1 benchmarks/fhourstones/Makefile
1.1 benchmarks/fhourstones/distinfo
1.1 benchmarks/fhourstones/files/patch-Makefile
1.1 benchmarks/fhourstones/files/patch-fhourstones
1.1 benchmarks/fhourstones/pkg-descr
This integer benchmark solves positions in the game of connect-4,
as played on a vertical 7x6 board.  This takes about 10 minutes
on contemporary PCs.

WWW:    http://homepages.cwi.nl/~tromp/c4/fhour.html

PR:             ports/105778
Submitted by:   trasz <trasz at pin.if.uz.zgora.pl>
Mon, 20 Nov 2006
[ 21:26 miwi ] Original commit 
1.53 benchmarks/Makefile
1.1 benchmarks/imb/Makefile
1.1 benchmarks/imb/distinfo
1.1 benchmarks/imb/files/patch-src-IMB_declare.h
1.1 benchmarks/imb/files/patch-src-make_mpich
1.1 benchmarks/imb/pkg-descr
1.1 benchmarks/imb/pkg-plist
The idea of IMB is to provide a concise set of elementary MPI
benchmark kernels. With one executable, all of the supported
benchmarks, or a subset specified by the command line, can be run.
The rules, such as time measurement (including a repetitive call
of the kernels for better clock synchronization), message lengths,
selection of communicators to run a particular benchmark (inside
the group of all started processes) are program parameters.

WWW:
http://www.intel.com/cd/software/products/asmo-na/eng/cluster/mpi/219848.htm

PR:             ports/105665
Submitted by:   trasz <trasz at pin.if.uz.zgora.pl>
Sat, 30 Sep 2006
[ 08:08 clsung ] Original commit 
1.52 benchmarks/Makefile
1.1 benchmarks/p5-Benchmark-Stopwatch/Makefile
1.1 benchmarks/p5-Benchmark-Stopwatch/distinfo
1.1 benchmarks/p5-Benchmark-Stopwatch/pkg-descr
1.1 benchmarks/p5-Benchmark-Stopwatch/pkg-plist
Add p5-Benchmark-Stopwatch 0.03, simple timing of stages of your code.

PR:             ports/102468
Submitted by:   Gea-Suan Lin <gslin at gslin.org>
Mon, 1 May 2006
[ 13:26 pav ] Original commit 
1.51 benchmarks/Makefile
1.1 benchmarks/gtkperf/Makefile
1.1 benchmarks/gtkperf/distinfo
1.1 benchmarks/gtkperf/pkg-descr
1.1 benchmarks/gtkperf/pkg-plist
GtkPerf is an application designed to test GTK+ performance. The point is to
create common testing platform to run predefined GTK+ widgets (opening
comboboxes, toggling buttons, scrolling text yms.) and this way define the speed
of device/platform.

WWW: http://gtkperf.sourceforge.net

PR:             ports/96162
Submitted by:   Andreas Kohn <andreas@syndrom23.de>
Sun, 11 Dec 2005
[ 13:56 barner ] Original commit 
1.50 benchmarks/Makefile
1.1 benchmarks/sysbench/Makefile
1.1 benchmarks/sysbench/distinfo
1.1 benchmarks/sysbench/pkg-descr
1.1 benchmarks/sysbench/pkg-plist
Add sysbench 0.4.3,
a modular, cross-platform and multi-threaded
benchmark tool.

PR:             90233
Submitted by:   Gea-Suan Lin <gslin@ccca.nctu.edu.tw>
[ 11:16 ijliao ] Original commit 
1.49 benchmarks/Makefile
1.1 benchmarks/super-smack/Makefile
1.1 benchmarks/super-smack/distinfo
1.1 benchmarks/super-smack/pkg-descr
1.1 benchmarks/super-smack/pkg-plist
Add super-smack 1.3, a benchmarking, stress testing, and load generation
tool for Databases.

PR:             ports/90209
Submitted by:   Gea-Suan Lin <gslin@ccca.nctu.edu.tw>
Thu, 20 Oct 2005
[ 19:32 sem ] Original commit 
1.48 benchmarks/Makefile
1.1 benchmarks/thrulay/Makefile
1.1 benchmarks/thrulay/distinfo
1.1 benchmarks/thrulay/files/thrulayd.sh.sample
1.1 benchmarks/thrulay/pkg-descr
1.1 benchmarks/thrulay/pkg-message
1.1 benchmarks/thrulay/pkg-plist
The program thrulay is used to measure the capacity, delay, and
other performance metrics of a network by sending a bulk TCP or UDP
stream over it.

Special features of thrulay include:
* For TCP, ability to measure round-trip delay along with throughput
* For UDP, ability to measure
  - one-way delay, with quantiles
  - packet loss
  - packet duplication
  - reordering
* For UDP, the ability to send precisely positioned true Poisson streams
  (microsecond errors in sending times)
* Human- and machine-readable output (ready to be fed to gnuplot)

WWW: http://www.internet2.edu/~shalunov/thrulay/

PR:             ports/87683
Submitted by:   Stanislav Shalunov <shalunov@internet2.edu>
Sun, 28 Aug 2005
[ 09:05 vsevolod ] Original commit 
1.47 benchmarks/Makefile
1.1 benchmarks/libmicro/Makefile
1.1 benchmarks/libmicro/distinfo
1.1 benchmarks/libmicro/files/extra-patch-ucontext
1.1 benchmarks/libmicro/files/patch-Makefile
1.1 benchmarks/libmicro/files/patch-Makefile.FreeBSD
1.1 benchmarks/libmicro/files/patch-Makefile.com
1.1 benchmarks/libmicro/files/patch-bench
1.1 benchmarks/libmicro/files/patch-cascade_cond.c
1.1 benchmarks/libmicro/files/patch-cascade_mutex.c

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Add libmicro - a set of portable benchmarks of system calls from
opensolaris project.

Approved by:            perky (mentor)
In collaboration with:  gnn
Wed, 6 Jul 2005
[ 10:02 danfe ] Original commit 
1.46 benchmarks/Makefile
1.1 benchmarks/flops/Makefile
1.1 benchmarks/flops/distinfo
1.1 benchmarks/flops/pkg-descr
Add flops, floating point benchmark to give your MFLOPS rating.

Inspired by:    NetBSD pkgsrc
Wed, 25 May 2005
[ 10:52 danfe ] Original commit 
1.45 benchmarks/Makefile
1.1 benchmarks/nqueens/Makefile
1.1 benchmarks/nqueens/distinfo
1.1 benchmarks/nqueens/pkg-descr
Add nqueens 1.0, n-queens problem benchmark.

PR:             ports/78274
Submitted by:   NAKAJI Hiroyuki <nakaji(at)jp.freebsd.org>
Mon, 23 May 2005
[ 23:23 jylefort ] Original commit 
1.44 benchmarks/Makefile
1.1 benchmarks/pathrate/Makefile
1.1 benchmarks/pathrate/distinfo
1.1 benchmarks/pathrate/pkg-descr
Add pathrate.

Pathrate is a tool that can estimate the capacity of network paths. An
important feature of Pathrate is that it is robust to cross traffic effects,
meaning that it can measure the path capacity even when the path is
significantly loaded. This is crucial, since the hardest paths to measure are
the heavily loaded ones.

WWW: http://www.cc.gatech.edu/fac/Constantinos.Dovrolis/pathrate.html

PR:             ports/81295
Submitted by:   dikshie <dikshie@lapi.itb.ac.id>
[ 23:20 jylefort ] Original commit 
1.43 benchmarks/Makefile
1.1 benchmarks/pathload/Makefile
1.1 benchmarks/pathload/distinfo
1.1 benchmarks/pathload/pkg-descr
Add pathload.

Pathload is a tool that can estimate the available bandwidth of network paths.

WWW: http://www.cc.gatech.edu/fac/Constantinos.Dovrolis/pathload.html

PR:             ports/81294
Submitted by:   dikshie <dikshie@lapi.itb.ac.id>
[ 23:17 jylefort ] Original commit 
1.42 benchmarks/Makefile
1.1 benchmarks/pathchirp/Makefile
1.1 benchmarks/pathchirp/distinfo
1.1 benchmarks/pathchirp/pkg-descr
Add pathchirp.

pathChirp is a new active probing tool for estimating the available bandwidth
on a communication network path. Based on the concept of "self-induced
congestion", pathChirp features an exponential flight pattern of probes we
call a chirp. Packet chirps offer several significant advantages over current
probing schemes based on packet pairs or packet trains. By rapidly increasing
the probing rate within each chirp, pathChirp obtains a rich set of
information from which to dynamically estimate the available bandwidth.

WWW: http://www.spin.rice.edu/Software/pathChirp/

PR:             ports/81293
Submitted by:   dikshie <dikshie@lapi.itb.ac.id>
Sat, 21 May 2005
[ 20:09 pav ] Original commit 
1.410 LEGAL
1.693 MOVED
1.41 benchmarks/Makefile
1.16 benchmarks/iperf/Makefile
1.1477 net/Makefile
1.16 net/iperf/Makefile
1.9 net/iperf/distinfo
1.2 net/iperf/files/patch-include-headers.h
1.3 net/iperf/pkg-descr
- Move iperf from net to benchmarks

PR:             ports/81201
Submitted by:   Marcus Grando <marcus@corp.grupos.com.br> (maintainer)
Repocopy by:    marcus
Mon, 14 Feb 2005
[ 21:04 pav ] Original commit 
1.40 benchmarks/Makefile
1.1 benchmarks/blogbench/Makefile
1.1 benchmarks/blogbench/distinfo
1.1 benchmarks/blogbench/pkg-descr
Blogbench is a portable filesystem benchmark that tries to reproduce the
load of a real-world busy file server.

It stresses the filesystem with multiple threads performing random reads,
writes and rewrites in order to get a realistic idea of the scalability
and the concurrency a system can handle.

WWW: http://blogbench.pureftpd.org/

PR:             ports/77490
Submitted by:   Janos Mohacsi <janos.mohacsi@bsd.hu>
Sun, 9 Jan 2005
[ 19:10 arved ] Original commit 
1.39 benchmarks/Makefile
1.1 benchmarks/netio/Makefile
1.1 benchmarks/netio/distinfo
1.1 benchmarks/netio/pkg-descr
Add netio, a simple network benchmark
[ 10:48 erwin ] Original commit 
1.38 benchmarks/Makefile
Remove bytebench port, which has been repo-copied to unixbench
since development seems to continue now and an upgrade has been
published under this new name.

Forgotten by:   se
Sun, 5 Dec 2004
[ 04:13 obrien ] Original commit 
1.37 benchmarks/Makefile
1.1 benchmarks/raidtest/Makefile
1.1 benchmarks/raidtest/files/Makefile
1.1 benchmarks/raidtest/files/raidtest.c
1.1 benchmarks/raidtest/pkg-descr
pjd's src/tools/tools/raidtest as a port.
Tue, 26 Oct 2004
[ 18:45 krion ] Original commit 
1.36 benchmarks/Makefile
1.1 benchmarks/dkftpbench/Makefile
1.1 benchmarks/dkftpbench/distinfo
1.1 benchmarks/dkftpbench/files/patch-Makefile.am
1.1 benchmarks/dkftpbench/pkg-descr
Add dkftpbench 0.45,

dkftpbench is an FTP benchmark program inspired by SPECweb99. The
result of the benchmark is a number-of-simultaneous-users rating;
after running the benchmark properly, you have a good idea how many
simultaneous dialup clients a server can support. The target
bandwidth per client is set at 28.8 kilobits/second to model dialup
users; this is important for servers on the real Internet, which
often serve thousands of clients on only 10 MBits/sec of bandwidth.

PR:             ports/73006
Submitted by:   Roman Bogorodskiy <bogorodskiy@inbox.ru>
Mon, 18 Oct 2004
[ 15:11 thierry ] Original commit  Encoding Errors (not all of the commit message was ASCII)
1.35 benchmarks/Makefile
1.1 benchmarks/pear-Benchmark/Makefile
1.1 benchmarks/pear-Benchmark/distinfo
1.1 benchmarks/pear-Benchmark/pkg-descr
Add pear-Benchmark 1.2.1, framework to benchmark PHP scripts or
function calls.

PR:             71528
Submitted by:   Ant?nio Carlos Ven?ncio J?nior
Mon, 16 Aug 2004
[ 08:14 maho ] Original commit 
1.34 benchmarks/Makefile
1.1 benchmarks/himenobench/Makefile
1.1 benchmarks/himenobench/distinfo
1.1 benchmarks/himenobench/files/patch-himenobmtxp_l.f
1.1 benchmarks/himenobench/files/patch-himenobmtxp_m.f
1.1 benchmarks/himenobench/files/patch-himenobmtxp_s.f
1.1 benchmarks/himenobench/files/patch-himenobmtxp_xl.f
1.1 benchmarks/himenobench/files/patch-himenobmtxps.c
1.1 benchmarks/himenobench/pkg-descr
1.1 benchmarks/himenobench/pkg-plist
Add Himeno Benchmark. this suite was made by HIMENO, Ryutaro,
for evaluation of performance of the calculation
of incompressible flow analysis. This program solves Poisson equation
by Jacobi's iterative method which have many loops
Thu, 10 Jun 2004
[ 06:22 clement ] Original commit 
1.10301 /CVSROOT/modules
1.452 MOVED
1.33 benchmarks/Makefile
1.17 benchmarks/httperf/Makefile
1.896 www/Makefile
1.17 www/httperf/Makefile
1.4 www/httperf/distinfo
1.2 www/httperf/files/patch-Makefile.in
1.2 www/httperf/files/patch-httperf.c
1.2 www/httperf/files/patch-lib::Makefile.in

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- Move httperf from www to benchmarks category

Noticed by:     ben @ EFNet
Repocopied by:  marcus
Fri, 2 Apr 2004
[ 07:29 kris ] Original commit 
1.5 accessibility/Makefile
1.2 accessibility/pkg/COMMENT
1.5 arabic/Makefile
1.2 arabic/pkg/COMMENT
1.96 archivers/Makefile
1.3 archivers/pkg/COMMENT
1.78 astro/Makefile
1.3 astro/pkg/COMMENT
1.505 audio/Makefile
1.3 audio/pkg/COMMENT

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Remove category pkg/COMMENT files in favour of a COMMENT variable in the
category makefile.

Submitted by:   Matthew Seaman <m.seaman@infracaninophile.co.uk>
PR:             59651
Thu, 25 Mar 2004
[ 20:12 pav ] Original commit 
1.31 benchmarks/Makefile
1.1 benchmarks/pnetmark/Makefile
1.1 benchmarks/pnetmark/distinfo
1.1 benchmarks/pnetmark/pkg-descr
Add pnetmark, a benchmark program for Common Language Runtime (C#)

PR:             ports/64641
Submitted by:   michael johnson <ahze@ahze.net>
Wed, 25 Feb 2004
[ 18:06 oliver ] Original commit 
1.30 benchmarks/Makefile
1.1 benchmarks/hpl/Makefile
1.1 benchmarks/hpl/distinfo
1.1 benchmarks/hpl/pkg-descr
1.1 benchmarks/hpl/pkg-plist
High Performance Computing Linpack Benchmark
 - needs an MPI implementation (mpich and lam are supported by this port)
 - needs an Basic Linear Algebra Subprograms implementation like atlas (default)
   or blas (both are supported by this port)

tested on alpha (5), amd64 (5) and i386 (4 and 5)
Thu, 22 Jan 2004
[ 17:57 ale ] Original commit 
1.29 benchmarks/Makefile
1.1 benchmarks/forkbomb/Makefile
1.1 benchmarks/forkbomb/distinfo
1.1 benchmarks/forkbomb/files/patch-forkbomb.8
1.1 benchmarks/forkbomb/pkg-descr
1.1 benchmarks/forkbomb/pkg-plist
Add forkbomb 1.0, system stress testing tool.

PR:             ports/61717
Submitted by:   Radim Kolar
Approved by:    nork (mentor/implicitly)
Fri, 16 Jan 2004
[ 01:38 edwin ] Original commit 
1.305 MOVED
1.28 benchmarks/Makefile
1.9 benchmarks/nttcp/Makefile
1.6 benchmarks/ttcp/Makefile
1.1198 net/Makefile
1.9 net/nttcp/Makefile
1.4 net/nttcp/distinfo
1.4 net/nttcp/files/patch-aa
1.3 net/nttcp/pkg-descr
1.2 net/nttcp/pkg-plist

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[REPOCOPY WAITING] ports/net/nttcp and ports/net/ttcp appear miscategorized

    Julian Elischer suggested a new category "net/benchmarks" because
    he believes that too many ports are listed under net/.  Checking
    into it, I noticed that these two ports are described as
    benchmarking programs.  In the Porters' Handbook, the net
    category is described as "miscellaneous networking software".
    The benchmarks category seems more specific so I feel that it
    is preferable.

PR:             ports/39095
Submitted by:   Trevor Johnson <trevor@jpj.net>
Tue, 13 Jan 2004
[ 22:37 ale ] Original commit 
1.27 benchmarks/Makefile
1.1 benchmarks/webbench/Makefile
1.1 benchmarks/webbench/distinfo
1.1 benchmarks/webbench/files/patch-Makefile
1.1 benchmarks/webbench/pkg-descr
1.1 benchmarks/webbench/pkg-plist
Add webbench 1.3, simple forking web benchmark.

PR:             ports/61307
Submitted by:   Radim Kolar <hsn@netmag.cz>
Approved by:    nork (mentor/implicitly)
Mon, 20 Oct 2003
[ 16:46 ijliao ] Original commit 
1.26 benchmarks/Makefile
1.1 benchmarks/autobench/Makefile
1.1 benchmarks/autobench/distinfo
1.1 benchmarks/autobench/pkg-descr
1.1 benchmarks/autobench/pkg-plist
add autobench 2.0.1
Automating the process of benchmarking a web server
Fri, 29 Aug 2003
[ 03:50 edwin ] Original commit 
1.25 benchmarks/Makefile
1.1 benchmarks/scimark2/Makefile
1.1 benchmarks/scimark2/distinfo
1.1 benchmarks/scimark2/pkg-descr
1.1 benchmarks/scimark2/pkg-plist
New port: benchmarks/scimark2 - a Java benchmark.

        SciMark 2.0 is a Java benchmark for scientific and numerical
        computing.  It measures several computational kernels and
        reports a composite score in approximate Mflops (Millions
        of floating point operations per second).

        Suggested by May Tho.

PR:             ports/50645
Submitted by:   Thierry Thomas <thierry@pompo.net>
[ 03:41 edwin ] Original commit 
1.24 benchmarks/Makefile
1.1 benchmarks/scimark2c/Makefile
1.1 benchmarks/scimark2c/distinfo
1.1 benchmarks/scimark2c/files/patch-Makefile
1.1 benchmarks/scimark2c/files/patch-scimark2.c
1.1 benchmarks/scimark2c/pkg-descr
1.1 benchmarks/scimark2c/pkg-plist
New port: benchmarks/scimark2c - an ANSI C version of the SciMark2 benchmark.

        This is an ANSI C version of the SciMark2 benchmark,
        translated from the original Java sources. The intent in
        making this benchmark available in C is mainly for performance
        comparisons.

        Suggested by May Tho.

PR:             ports/50646
Submitted by:   Thierry Thomas <thierry@pompo.net>
Sat, 18 Jan 2003
[ 03:15 edwin ] Original commit 
1.23 benchmarks/Makefile
1.1 benchmarks/pipebench/Makefile
1.1 benchmarks/pipebench/distinfo
1.1 benchmarks/pipebench/pkg-comment
1.1 benchmarks/pipebench/pkg-descr
1.1 benchmarks/pipebench/pkg-plist
misc/pipebench -> benchmarks/pipebench

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