stress-ng 0.09.40-1 source package in Ubuntu

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stress-ng (0.09.40-1) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Makefile: bump version
  * Manual: update date
  * log: cast fractions of seconds to long
  * stress-get: move timex declarations to HAVE_ADJTIMEX block statement
  * Use HAVE_MREMAP check for mremap system call
  * Add autobuild test for mremap system call
  * stress-malloc: use HAVE_MALLOPT check for threshold variable
  * stress-malloc: use HAVE_MALLOPT check for mallopt glibc function
  * Add mallopt glibc function autodetection
  * stress-ioport: fix check on HAVE_IOPORT and not IOPORT
  * stress-ioport: use HAVE_IOPORT check for ioport system call
  * Add autobuild test for ioport system call
  * stress-inode-flags: build valid stressor if specific ioctl flags are
    defined
  * stress-get:  use HAVE_PRLIMIT check for prlimit system call
  * Add autobuild test for prlimit system call
  * stress-get: use HAVE_ADJTIMEX check for adjtimex system call
  * Add autobuild test for adjtimex system call
  * stress-get: move locals to block statements
  * stress-sysbadaddr: use autodetection config for getresgid and
    getresuid calls
  * stress-get: use autodetection config for getresgid and getresuid
    calls
  * Add autobuild checks for getresgid and getresuid
  * README: update dependencies information
  * stress-sysfs: exercise each sysfs for a specific time or number of
    iterations
  * Add shim_usleep_interruptible, an interruptible usleep
  * stess-sysfs: exercise each sysfs file for a 1/25 of a second
  * stress-sysfs: improve draining control in threads
  * Add .gitignore
  * stress-sysfs: back off pthreads when kernel log spamming is detected
  * manual: fix typo: multiple -> multiply
  * stress-sysfs: close file if we have messages that needed draining
  * Add bad alternative stack stressor
  * stress-procfs: free directory entries, fixes memory leak
  * stress-dirdeep: free directory entries, fixes memory leak
  * stress-dev: free directory entries, fixes memory leak
  * stress-sysfs: free directory entries, fixes memory leak
  * stress-sysfs: skip over sysfs files that produce a lot of kernel
    spamming
  * Add more info in the README file

 -- Colin King <email address hidden>  Wed, 12 Sep 2018 17:11:11 +0100

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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