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non port: benchmarks/filebench/pkg-plist

Number of commits found: 5

Mon, 21 Sep 2020
[ 11:37 0mp search for other commits by this committer ] Original commit   Revision:549436
Resurrect benchmarks/filebench

Upstream moved to GitHub and is still accepting patches (interestingly, the
most recent commits fix building Filebench on FreeBSD).
Sun, 27 Sep 2015
[ 21:58 jbeich search for other commits by this committer ] Original commit   Revision:398062
benchmarks/filebench: update to

- Drop ONLY_FOR_ARCHS as the Linux-specific code is gone
- Chase new home on SourceForge
- LICENSE_FILE is now shipped within distfile

Changes: (before 1.4.9)
PR:		202989
Tested by:	danfe (powerpc locally, ia64 on eris, sparc64 on flame)
Tested by:	myself (armv6 via qemu-user-static)
Approved by:	maintainer timeout (18 days)
Mon, 20 Oct 2014
[ 07:03 bapt search for other commits by this committer ] Original commit   Revision:371236 (Only the first 10 of 25 ports in this commit are shown above. View all ports for this commit)
Cleanup plist
Mon, 18 Aug 2014
[ 21:36 antoine search for other commits by this committer ] Original commit   Revision:365355
Remove a few remaining %%PORTDATA%%

With hat:	portmgr
Sun, 9 Jan 2011
[ 08:08 flo search for other commits by this committer ] Original commit 
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.


PR:             ports/153750
Submitted by:   "Tom Judge" <>
Approved by:    fjoe (mentor)

Number of commits found: 5