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uperf Network performance tool to model and replay of networking patterns
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Maintainer: 0mp@FreeBSD.org search for ports maintained by this maintainer
Port Added: 02 Apr 2018 15:05:06
License: GPLv3
Unified Performance Tool (or uperf for short) is a network
performance tool that supports modelling and replay of various
networking patterns.  It represents a new kind of benchmarking tool
(like filebench) where instead of running a fixed benchmark or
workload, a description (or model) of the workload is provided and
the tool generates the load according to the model.  By distilling
the benchmark or workload into a model, you can now do various
things like change the scale of the workload, change different
parameters, change protocols, etc and analyse the effect of these
changes on your model.

Some of the questions you could answer using uperf are:
 * Bandwidth and latency (unidirectional and bi-directional) with different
   protocols like TCP, UDP, SCTP, SSL
 * Connection setup and teardown scalability for different protocols
 * Effect of noise on ongoing network connections
 * Does it matter if I use processes instead of threads to do network
   communication?
 * What is the L2 cache miss rate for connection setup?
 * Is sendfilev(3EXT) (with one file) equivalent to sendfilev(3EXT)?
 * Understand TCP, UDP, SCTP, SSL performance under a variety of conditions
 * Test various TCP Congestion control algorithms

WWW: http://uperf.org/
SVNWeb : Homepage : PortsMon
    Pseudo-pkg-plist information, but much better, from make generate-plist
    Expand this list (64 items)
  1. /usr/local/share/licenses/uperf-1.0.6.20180221/catalog.mk
  2. /usr/local/share/licenses/uperf-1.0.6.20180221/LICENSE
  3. /usr/local/share/licenses/uperf-1.0.6.20180221/GPLv3
  4. bin/uperf
  5. share/uperf/workloads/connect.xml
  6. share/uperf/workloads/iperf.xml
  7. share/uperf/workloads/ldap.xml
  8. share/uperf/workloads/netperf.xml
  9. share/uperf/workloads/oltpnet.xml
  10. share/uperf/workloads/oraclerac.xml
  11. share/uperf/workloads/sctp.xml
  12. share/uperf/workloads/specweb.xml
  13. share/uperf/workloads/ssl.xml
  14. share/uperf/workloads/telnet.xml
  15. share/uperf/workloads/two-hosts.xml
  16. share/uperf/tests/01simple_sctp.xml
  17. share/uperf/tests/01simple_ssl.xml
  18. share/uperf/tests/01simple_tcp.xml
  19. share/uperf/tests/01simple_udp.xml
  20. share/uperf/tests/02_2proto1group.xml
  21. share/uperf/tests/02two_groups.xml
  22. share/uperf/tests/3proto.xml
  23. share/uperf/tests/a.xml
  24. share/uperf/tests/accept-connect.xml
  25. share/uperf/tests/accept-sctp.xml
  26. share/uperf/tests/accept-tcp.xml
  27. share/uperf/tests/canfail.xml
  28. share/uperf/tests/disconnect_iter.xml
  29. share/uperf/tests/friendliness.xml
  30. share/uperf/tests/high_connection_count.xml
  31. share/uperf/tests/mix_thr_proc.xml
  32. share/uperf/tests/multi_proto_connect.xml
  33. share/uperf/tests/parse_err.xml
  34. share/uperf/tests/test-duration-process.xml
  35. share/uperf/tests/test-rate.xml
  36. share/uperf/tests/test-sendfile.xml
  37. share/uperf/tests/test-sendfilev-chunked.xml
  38. share/uperf/tests/test-sendfilev.xml
  39. share/uperf/tests/test-ssize-flowop-count-dur.xml
  40. share/uperf/tests/test-ssize-iperf.xml
  41. share/uperf/tests/test.rb
  42. share/uperf/tests/test.sh
  43. share/uperf/tests/test_4groups.xml
  44. share/uperf/tests/test_netperf.xml
  45. share/uperf/tests/test_rds.xml
  46. share/uperf/tests/test_send_recv.xml
  47. share/uperf/tests/test_udp.xml
  48. share/uperf/tests/throughput_sctp.xml
  49. share/uperf/tests/unknown_proto.xml
  50. share/doc/uperf/docs/index.html
  51. share/doc/uperf/docs/manual.css
  52. share/doc/uperf/docs/manual.html
  53. share/doc/uperf/docs/uperf.css
  54. share/doc/uperf/manual/bidirectional.xml
  55. share/doc/uperf/manual/design_notes.txt
  56. share/doc/uperf/manual/netperf.xml.txt
  57. share/doc/uperf/manual/rds.txt
  58. share/doc/uperf/manual/throughput.xml
  59. share/doc/uperf/manual/uperf-default-output.txt
  60. share/doc/uperf/manual/uperf-help.txt
  61. share/doc/uperf/manual/uperf.css
  62. share/doc/uperf/manual/uperf.html
  63. share/doc/uperf/manual/uperf.xml
  64. share/doc/uperf/manual/uperf.xsl
  65. Collapse this list.

To install the port: cd /usr/ports/benchmarks/uperf/ && make install clean
To add the package: pkg install uperf

PKGNAME: uperf

distinfo:

TIMESTAMP = 1521153670
SHA256 (uperf-uperf-v1.0.6.20180221-25ad9ff_GH0.tar.gz) = 4810a74f6e48483efd8d93016c35c50e01833f48799c1933940833629b7c79a8
SIZE (uperf-uperf-v1.0.6.20180221-25ad9ff_GH0.tar.gz) = 234092

There are no ports dependent upon this port


Configuration Options
===> The following configuration options are available for uperf-1.0.6.20180221:
     DOCS=on: Build and/or install documentation
===> Use 'make config' to modify these settings

USES:
ssl

Master Sites:
  1. https://codeload.github.com/uperf/uperf/tar.gz/25ad9ff?dummy=/

Number of commits found: 1

Commit History - (may be incomplete: see SVNWeb link above for full details)
DateByDescription
02 Apr 2018 15:04:50
Original commit files touched by this commit  1.0.6.20180221
Revision:466231
krion search for other commits by this committer
Add benchmarks/uperf

Unified Performance Tool (or uperf for short) is a network
performance tool that supports modelling and replay of various
networking patterns. It represents a new kind of benchmarking tool
(like filebench) where instead of running a fixed benchmark or
workload, a description (or model) of the workload is provided and
the tool generates the load according to the model.

PR:		226649
Submitted by:	0mp@FreeBSD.org
Requested by:	gnn

Number of commits found: 1

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