stress-ng 0.05.23-1ubuntu3 source package in Ubuntu

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stress-ng (0.05.23-1ubuntu3) xenial; urgency=medium

  * Fix --timer-slack from consuming the following arg (LP: #1853832)
    Currently the timer slack option eats the next argument, causing
    missing argument parsing behaviour on the command line.

 -- Colin King <email address hidden>  Tue, 10 Dec 2019 09:32:11 +0000

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Colin Ian King on 2019-12-10
Uploaded to:
Xenial
Original maintainer:
Ubuntu Developers
Architectures:
any
Section:
misc
Urgency:
Medium Urgency

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stress-ng: tool to load and stress a computer

 stress-ng can stress various subsystems of a computer. It can stress load
 CPU, cache, disk, memory, socket and pipe I/O, scheduling and much more.
 stress-ng is a re-write of the original stress tool by Amos Waterland but
 has many additional features such as specifying the number of bogo operations
 to run, execution metrics, a stress verification on memory and compute
 operations and considerably more stress mechanisms.

stress-ng-dbgsym: debug symbols for package stress-ng

 stress-ng can stress various subsystems of a computer. It can stress load
 CPU, cache, disk, memory, socket and pipe I/O, scheduling and much more.
 stress-ng is a re-write of the original stress tool by Amos Waterland but
 has many additional features such as specifying the number of bogo operations
 to run, execution metrics, a stress verification on memory and compute
 operations and considerably more stress mechanisms.