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Port details
linux-vdbench Command line disk I/O benchmark utility
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Ignore IGNORE: You must manually download vdbench50407.zip from https://www.oracle.com/technetwork/server-storage/vdbench-downloads-1901681.html and place it in /var/db/repos/PORTS-head/distfiles then run make again
Maintainer: loader@FreeBSD.org search for ports maintained by this maintainer
Port Added: 2018-09-26 06:37:07
Last Update: 2019-11-26 21:46:13
SVN Revision: 518482
Also Listed In: linux java
License: OTN
Description:
SVNWeb : Homepage
pkg-plist: as obtained via: make generate-plist
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  1. /usr/local/share/licenses/linux-vdbench-5.04.07/catalog.mk
  2. /usr/local/share/licenses/linux-vdbench-5.04.07/LICENSE
  3. /usr/local/share/licenses/linux-vdbench-5.04.07/OTN
  4. bin/linux-vdbench
  5. share/doc/linux-vdbench/readme.txt
  6. share/doc/linux-vdbench/vdbench.pdf
  7. share/examples/linux-vdbench/example1
  8. share/examples/linux-vdbench/example2
  9. share/examples/linux-vdbench/example3
  10. share/examples/linux-vdbench/example4
  11. share/examples/linux-vdbench/example5
  12. share/examples/linux-vdbench/example6
  13. share/examples/linux-vdbench/example7
  14. share/examples/linux-vdbench/examples/errorlog.html
  15. share/examples/linux-vdbench/examples/filesys/create_files
  16. share/examples/linux-vdbench/examples/filesys/delete_files
  17. share/examples/linux-vdbench/examples/filesys/multi_host
  18. share/examples/linux-vdbench/examples/filesys/random_read
  19. share/examples/linux-vdbench/examples/filesys/random_rw
  20. share/examples/linux-vdbench/examples/filesys/random_write
  21. share/examples/linux-vdbench/examples/filesys/seq_read
  22. share/examples/linux-vdbench/examples/filesys/seq_rw
  23. share/examples/linux-vdbench/examples/filesys/seq_write
  24. share/examples/linux-vdbench/examples/raw/multi_host
  25. share/examples/linux-vdbench/examples/raw/random_read
  26. share/examples/linux-vdbench/examples/raw/random_read_curve
  27. share/examples/linux-vdbench/examples/raw/random_read_xfersizes
  28. share/examples/linux-vdbench/examples/raw/random_rw
  29. share/examples/linux-vdbench/examples/raw/random_rw_curve
  30. share/examples/linux-vdbench/examples/raw/random_rw_xfersizes
  31. share/examples/linux-vdbench/examples/raw/random_write
  32. share/examples/linux-vdbench/examples/raw/random_write_curve
  33. share/examples/linux-vdbench/examples/raw/random_write_xfersizes
  34. share/examples/linux-vdbench/examples/raw/seq_read
  35. share/examples/linux-vdbench/examples/raw/seq_read_curve
  36. share/examples/linux-vdbench/examples/raw/seq_read_xfersizes
  37. share/examples/linux-vdbench/examples/raw/seq_rw
  38. share/examples/linux-vdbench/examples/raw/seq_rw_curve
  39. share/examples/linux-vdbench/examples/raw/seq_rw_xfersizes
  40. share/examples/linux-vdbench/examples/raw/seq_write
  41. share/examples/linux-vdbench/examples/raw/seq_write_curve
  42. share/examples/linux-vdbench/examples/raw/seq_write_xfersizes
  43. share/examples/linux-vdbench/examples/raw/tpcc
  44. share/examples/linux-vdbench/examples/readme.txt
  45. share/linux-vdbench/linux/linux64.so
  46. share/linux-vdbench/build_sds.txt
  47. share/linux-vdbench/linux/config.sh
  48. share/linux-vdbench/swatcharts.txt
  49. share/linux-vdbench/vdbench
  50. share/linux-vdbench/vdbench.jar
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  • linux-vdbench>0:benchmarks/linux-vdbench
To install the port: cd /usr/ports/benchmarks/linux-vdbench/ && make install clean
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ONLY_FOR_ARCHS: amd64 i386
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  1. java : java/linux-oracle-jdk18
  2. linux_base-c7>=7.6.1810_7 : emulators/linux_base-c7
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Number of commits found: 5

Commit History - (may be incomplete: see SVNWeb link above for full details)
DateByDescription
26 Nov 2019 21:46:13
Original commit files touched by this commit  5.04.07
Revision:518482
jkim search for other commits by this committer
Clean up after java/openjdk6 and java/openjdk6-jre removal

java/openjdk6 support was removed from Mk/bsd.java.mk (r512662) and
java/openjdk6 and java/openjdk6-jre were removed from the ports tree
(r512663).  Now this patch completely removes remaining stuff from the
ports tree.

PR:			241953 (exp-run)
Reviewed by:		glewis
Approved by:		portmgr (antoine)
Differential Revision:	https://reviews.freebsd.org/D22342
10 Jul 2019 14:40:02
Original commit files touched by this commit  5.04.07
Revision:506352
tijl search for other commits by this committer
On amd64 adding DEFAULT_VERSIONS+=linux=c6 to /etc/make.conf made Linux
infrastructure ports (linux_base-c6 and linux-c6*) install i386 CentOS 6
packages.  Using c6_64 instead of c6 made them install mixed amd64/i386
CentOS 6 packages and allowed Linux application ports to install amd64
binaries when available.  The i386-only configuration was only useful for
users of x11/nvidia-driver* which didn't provide Linux amd64 emulation
until recently.

With x11/nvidia-driver* now supporting Linux amd64 there's no longer a
need for i386-only Linux on amd64.  Let DEFAULT_VERSIONS+=linux=c6 make
Linux infrastructure ports install mixed amd64/i386 CentOS 6 packages,
like c6_64 before, and remove support for c6_64 as a value.

Replace LINUX_ARCH with ARCH everywhere because they are always the same
now.
10 Jul 2019 09:39:15
Original commit files touched by this commit  5.04.07
Revision:506345
tijl search for other commits by this committer
Expand DISTFILES in exists test.  DISTFILES isn't defined yet.
25 May 2019 09:01:42
Original commit files touched by this commit  5.04.07
Revision:502509
amdmi3 search for other commits by this committer
- Update WWW

Approved by:	portmgr blanket
26 Sep 2018 06:36:51
Original commit files touched by this commit  5.04.07
Revision:480718
loader search for other commits by this committer
[NEW PORT]: benchmarks/linux-vdbench: Command line disk I/O benchmark utility

Vdbench is a command line utility specifically created to help
engineers and customers generate disk I/O workloads to be used
for validating storage performance and storage data integrity.

WWW:
http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/server-storage/vdbench-downloads-1901681.html

Reviewed by:	koobs, mat
Approved by:	koobs (mentor)
Differential Revision:	https://reviews.freebsd.org/D17255

Number of commits found: 5

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