stress-ng 0.11.11-1 source package in Ubuntu


stress-ng (0.11.11-1) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Makefile: bump version
  * Makefile: remove config from make dist rule
  * stress-stackmmap: make ends of stack inaccessible to stop clobbering
    non-stack regions
  * stress-dev: disable TIOCGETD for the moment as it causes some hang
  * stress-context: always swap context back to main microthread on
  * stress-sock: voidify fd arg to clean up build warning on Solaris
  * Add run-time autoconfig check for struct ifconf
  * stress-sem-sysv: test illegal semtimedop only if it is exists
  * stress-sem-sysv: workaround kfreebsd8 EINVAL on semtimedop
  * stress-sem-sysv: don't use semtimedop if it returns -ENOSYS
  * stress-sem-sysv: only exercise SEM_STAT on linux
  * stress-ng: fetch yaml filename before running stress tests
  * Makefile: rm -f the makefile on clean
  * stress-ng: Don't track config or show in diff
  * Makefile: remove the need for an empty config file
  * stress-ng: fix long form if -x option, use "exclude" instead of "list"
  * stress-ng: README: update libsctp name for RHEL, fedora, related
  * stress-memthrash: silently ignore ESRCH pthread_join failures
  * stress-madvise: voidify pthread_join return, we don't care about it
  * stress-inode-flags: voidify pthread_join return, we don't care
    about it
  * stress-dev: voidify pthread_join return, we don't care about it
  * shim_waitpid: allow a few retries before throttling retry
  * move the quick spin through stressors to the end
    of the test
  * Fix --seq mode checksum with multiple stressors and sanity checking
  * stress-vm: fix bit error checking when bogo-ops limits reached
  * core-ftrace: fix removed filename setting statement
  * core-ftrace: remove setting of set_event_pid and refactor code
  * core-out-of-memory: return EXIT_SUCCESS on --oomable
    option (LP: #1879782)
  * stress-get: fix #ifdef check on getpagesize
  * core-out-of-memory: return EXIT_NO_RESOUCE on --oomable
    option (LP: #1879696)
  * core-shim: add delay before re-waiting
  * stress-dev: add block device lseeks and force return to be stashed
  * Add memory barriers an ready flag to check if counter is in a sane
  * core-shim: rework waitpid again, terminate child on EINTR (LP: #1879447)
  * stress-dev: remove sleep and return EXIT_SUCCESS on child exit
  * stress-ng: add checksum sanity check on bogo ops stats and run flag
  * stress-mq: add SIGEV_SIGNAL events to exercise kernel
  * stress-shm-sysv: exercise shmctl and shmdt race on child exit
  * stress-shm-sysv: exercise NUMA mempolicy on shm
  * stress-sem-sysv: exercise some invalid options to get more kernel
  * stress-sock: add a few more ioctls to exercise
  * syscalls: update preadv/preadv2 and pwritev entries
  * stress-hdd: use preadv, preadv2, pwritev, pwritev2

 -- Colin King <email address hidden>  Tue, 26 May 2020 15:46:23 +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