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Number of commits found: 3

Thu, 27 Mar 2014
[ 03:36 bmah ] Original commit 
349316 benchmarks/iperf3/Makefile
349316 benchmarks/iperf3/distinfo
349316 benchmarks/iperf3/pkg-plist
Update to iperf3 3.0.3.

Move PLIST out of the Makefile and into a separate pkg-plist file.

Approved by:	mat (mentor)
Sponsored by:	ESnet
Tue, 11 Mar 2014
[ 16:01 bmah ] Original commit 
347888 benchmarks/iperf3/Makefile
347888 benchmarks/iperf3/distinfo
347888 benchmarks/iperf3/pkg-descr
Update to iperf3 3.0.2.

Approved by:	mat (mentor)
Sponsored by:	ESnet
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)

Number of commits found: 3

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