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Mon, 4 Aug 2014
[ 19:19 riggs ] Original commit 
364037 benchmarks/flowgrind/Makefile
364037 benchmarks/flowgrind/distinfo
364037 benchmarks/flowgrind/pkg-descr
- Update to upstream release 0.7.1
- Move from launchpad to github
- Add LICENSE
- Updat pkg-descr with new description and URL

PR:		190554
Submitted by:	Lars Eggert <lars@eggert.org> (maintainer)
Approved by:	mentors (implicit)
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>

Number of commits found: 2

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