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non port: head/benchmarks/thrulay/files/thrulayd.sh.sample
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Number of commits found: 2

Sat, 19 Sep 2009
[ 20:05 itetcu ] Original commit 
1.4 benchmarks/thrulay/Makefile
1.3 benchmarks/thrulay/distinfo
1.2 benchmarks/thrulay/files/thrulayd.sh.sample
1.2 benchmarks/thrulay/pkg-message
1.2 benchmarks/thrulay/pkg-plist
- Update to 0.9
- use rc.d script
- Update MASTER_SITES
- use PORTDOCS
- USE_LDCONFIG
- obey custom PREFIX

PR:             138366
Submitted by:   Sylvio Cesar
Approved by:    maintainer
Feature safe:   yes
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>

Number of commits found: 2

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