stress-ng 0.09.38-1 source package in Ubuntu

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stress-ng (0.09.38-1) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Makefile: bump version
  * Makefile: ensure fast-test-all and slow-test-all build with config
  * stress-fork: print correct fork/vfork name on an error
  * stress-fork: don't throw error on EAGAIN or ENOMEM (LP: #1788385)
  * stress-sysfs: add SEGV detection and abort
  * stress-funccall: make deep calls perform more stack work
  * stress-fiemap: remove blank line
  * stress-dir: rename d_reclen to d_namlen for DragonFly BSD
  * stress-dev: clean up overly wide function prototypes
  * stress-dccp: make loop iterator size_t
  * stress-mmap: move } outside #if #endif, fix *BSD build error
  * stress-chdir: remove blank line
  * stress-access: remove empty line
  * stress-ng: don't enable TARGET_CLONES for musl
  * stress-ng: don't exit a failure if no stressors are run when some
    are not supported
  * stress-dnotify: check if dnotify is supported by linux kernel
  * stress-access: make bool is_root const
  * stress-access: make struct fields const
  * stress-mmap: add hole punching to mmap'd file
  * ignite-cpu: remove extraneous debug
  * Manual: add note about using --timer-slack 0 for high freq timers

 -- Colin King <email address hidden>  Thu, 23 Aug 2018 16:54:53 +0100

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Colin Ian King on 2018-08-23
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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 stress-ng