lmbench 3.0-a9-1 source package in Ubuntu


lmbench (3.0-a9-1) unstable; urgency=low

  * Update to latest upstream (3.0-a9).
  * Update to latest Standards-Version. 
  * Incorporate Ubuntu patch: depend on libc6-dev (LP: #246618)
  * Closes: bug#470279 -- replaced all uses of /usr/tmp with /var/tmp
  * Closes: bug#496427 -- removed risk of /tmp symlink attacks by moving
    all usage of /tmp to /var/tmp/lmbench

 -- Luca Falavigna <email address hidden>   Mon,  04 May 2009 09:27:35 +0100

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lmbench: Utilities to benchmark UNIX systems

 Lmbench is a set of utilities to test the performance
 of a unix system producing detailed results as well
 as providing tools to process them. It includes a series of
 micro benchmarks that measure some basic operating
 system and hardware metrics:
  * file reading and summing
  * memory bandwith while reading, writing and copying
  * copying data through pipes
  * copying data through Unix sockets
  * reading data through TCP/IP sockets

lmbench-doc: Documentation for the lmbench benchmark suite

 This package provides all the documentation included
 in the lmbench benchmark software. This includes:
  * references to published articles
  * presentations made by lmbench authos
  * the rebuttal of an article claiming lmbench is flawed