Sysbench

Versione: 
0.95d
Data rilascio: 
Lunedì, 30 Ottobre, 2017

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Utility per valutare le prestazioni del sistema (video, CPU, disco e memoria).

Questo software è distribuito come pacchetto compresso, da scaricare e installare manualmente; se ci sono prerequisiti da soddisfare, andranno anch'essi scaricati e installati manualmente.

Installazione manuale

Il programma è distribuito come pacchetto ZIP: scaricare in una cartella temporanea e scompattare nella cartella di destinazione. NON usare DIVE.DLL incluso per sostituire quello sul proprio sistema. Utile usare un file aggiornato con l'elenco dei dispositivi PCI aggiornato. Richiede OS/2 Warp 3 o superiore. MMOS/2 deve essere installato.

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Sysbench v. 0.95d (30/10/2017) Readme/What's new
Changes in Sysbench 0.9.5c 1) problem with more than 10 physical disk drives. Changes in Sysbench 0.9.5a 1) Seems problem with more than 20 devices still wasn't fixed Changes in Sysbench 0.9.5 1) Changed font used at 1600x1200 and above to System VIO, same as all other resolutions. For language versions that don't have a System VIO font, we now try to use Courier which is also a fixed width font. Let's hope it exists eh! 2) Corrected a problem in cpu identification that meant that coppermine cpus with 256KB of 2nd level cache were not read from the table correctly. 3) Same problem for cpus with 512KB cache... 4) Corrected a problem that meant that the final graphics test sometimes returned a negative value and didn't display a result. 5) Reduced the amount of data queried from the PCI configuration space in order to lessen the chances of hanging the entire system when weird devices (mainly Tekram SCSI controllers) are found. No idea if it'll help... 6) After talking with Michal Necasek and the guys at SciTech, they suggested that the overall graphics score should be calculated in a different manner. Done. Because of this change, we get 0.9.5 so don't compare numbers against older releases please. 7) Fixed crash when an i/o error occurred during the disk test e.g. removeable media drive with no media. 8) File I/O test now detects cachesize in use for HPFS, HPFS386 and JFS and uses files of twice the largest cachesize to try to avoid the entire file fitting in cache and artificially inflating the results. Don't compare the File I/O test results from 0.9.5 with any from previous releases, they measure different things. 9) FLOPS test result would wrap on fast machines (where fast is > 3.06GHz P4). Fixed until they get 10 times as fast again - so about 2014 if Moore's law holds! 10) fixed divide by zero error during file i/o test 11) added new Intel and AMD processors to cpuid.dat and code in pmcpu3a.asm to decode various new cache flags 12) Stray sysbench.ini files written if you change the default File I/O test drive 13) Fixed crash when more than 20 PCI devices on a machine 14) Removed window border from fullscreen graphics tests Changes in Sysbench 0.9.4g See file chngs094.txt for all 0.9.4 series and previous changes
 hobbes.nmsu.edu/download/pub/os2/util/benchmark/sysb095d.zip
Sysbench v. 0.91 (source code, 30/10/2017) Readme/What's new
Changes in Sysbench 0.9.5c 1) problem with more than 10 physical disk drives. Changes in Sysbench 0.9.5a 1) Seems problem with more than 20 devices still wasn't fixed Changes in Sysbench 0.9.5 1) Changed font used at 1600x1200 and above to System VIO, same as all other resolutions. For language versions that don't have a System VIO font, we now try to use Courier which is also a fixed width font. Let's hope it exists eh! 2) Corrected a problem in cpu identification that meant that coppermine cpus with 256KB of 2nd level cache were not read from the table correctly. 3) Same problem for cpus with 512KB cache... 4) Corrected a problem that meant that the final graphics test sometimes returned a negative value and didn't display a result. 5) Reduced the amount of data queried from the PCI configuration space in order to lessen the chances of hanging the entire system when weird devices (mainly Tekram SCSI controllers) are found. No idea if it'll help... 6) After talking with Michal Necasek and the guys at SciTech, they suggested that the overall graphics score should be calculated in a different manner. Done. Because of this change, we get 0.9.5 so don't compare numbers against older releases please. 7) Fixed crash when an i/o error occurred during the disk test e.g. removeable media drive with no media. 8) File I/O test now detects cachesize in use for HPFS, HPFS386 and JFS and uses files of twice the largest cachesize to try to avoid the entire file fitting in cache and artificially inflating the results. Don't compare the File I/O test results from 0.9.5 with any from previous releases, they measure different things. 9) FLOPS test result would wrap on fast machines (where fast is > 3.06GHz P4). Fixed until they get 10 times as fast again - so about 2014 if Moore's law holds! 10) fixed divide by zero error during file i/o test 11) added new Intel and AMD processors to cpuid.dat and code in pmcpu3a.asm to decode various new cache flags 12) Stray sysbench.ini files written if you change the default File I/O test drive 13) Fixed crash when more than 20 PCI devices on a machine 14) Removed window border from fullscreen graphics tests Changes in Sysbench 0.9.4g See file chngs094.txt for all 0.9.4 series and previous changes
 www.os2warp.org/Sysbench/sb091dsrc.zip
Sysbench v. 0.95d (8/8/2008) Readme/What's new
Changes in Sysbench 0.9.5c 1) problem with more than 10 physical disk drives. Changes in Sysbench 0.9.5a 1) Seems problem with more than 20 devices still wasn't fixed Changes in Sysbench 0.9.5 1) Changed font used at 1600x1200 and above to System VIO, same as all other resolutions. For language versions that don't have a System VIO font, we now try to use Courier which is also a fixed width font. Let's hope it exists eh! 2) Corrected a problem in cpu identification that meant that coppermine cpus with 256KB of 2nd level cache were not read from the table correctly. 3) Same problem for cpus with 512KB cache... 4) Corrected a problem that meant that the final graphics test sometimes returned a negative value and didn't display a result. 5) Reduced the amount of data queried from the PCI configuration space in order to lessen the chances of hanging the entire system when weird devices (mainly Tekram SCSI controllers) are found. No idea if it'll help... 6) After talking with Michal Necasek and the guys at SciTech, they suggested that the overall graphics score should be calculated in a different manner. Done. Because of this change, we get 0.9.5 so don't compare numbers against older releases please. 7) Fixed crash when an i/o error occurred during the disk test e.g. removeable media drive with no media. 8) File I/O test now detects cachesize in use for HPFS, HPFS386 and JFS and uses files of twice the largest cachesize to try to avoid the entire file fitting in cache and artificially inflating the results. Don't compare the File I/O test results from 0.9.5 with any from previous releases, they measure different things. 9) FLOPS test result would wrap on fast machines (where fast is > 3.06GHz P4). Fixed until they get 10 times as fast again - so about 2014 if Moore's law holds! 10) fixed divide by zero error during file i/o test 11) added new Intel and AMD processors to cpuid.dat and code in pmcpu3a.asm to decode various new cache flags 12) Stray sysbench.ini files written if you change the default File I/O test drive 13) Fixed crash when more than 20 PCI devices on a machine 14) Removed window border from fullscreen graphics tests Changes in Sysbench 0.9.4g See file chngs094.txt for all 0.9.4 series and previous changes
 www.os2warp.org/Sysbench/sysb095d.zip
Sysbench v. 0.95c (19/5/2008) Readme/What's new
Changes in Sysbench 0.9.5c 1) problem with more than 10 physical disk drives. Changes in Sysbench 0.9.5a 1) Seems problem with more than 20 devices still wasn't fixed Changes in Sysbench 0.9.5 1) Changed font used at 1600x1200 and above to System VIO, same as all other resolutions. For language versions that don't have a System VIO font, we now try to use Courier which is also a fixed width font. Let's hope it exists eh! 2) Corrected a problem in cpu identification that meant that coppermine cpus with 256KB of 2nd level cache were not read from the table correctly. 3) Same problem for cpus with 512KB cache... 4) Corrected a problem that meant that the final graphics test sometimes returned a negative value and didn't display a result. 5) Reduced the amount of data queried from the PCI configuration space in order to lessen the chances of hanging the entire system when weird devices (mainly Tekram SCSI controllers) are found. No idea if it'll help... 6) After talking with Michal Necasek and the guys at SciTech, they suggested that the overall graphics score should be calculated in a different manner. Done. Because of this change, we get 0.9.5 so don't compare numbers against older releases please. 7) Fixed crash when an i/o error occurred during the disk test e.g. removeable media drive with no media. 8) File I/O test now detects cachesize in use for HPFS, HPFS386 and JFS and uses files of twice the largest cachesize to try to avoid the entire file fitting in cache and artificially inflating the results. Don't compare the File I/O test results from 0.9.5 with any from previous releases, they measure different things. 9) FLOPS test result would wrap on fast machines (where fast is > 3.06GHz P4). Fixed until they get 10 times as fast again - so about 2014 if Moore's law holds! 10) fixed divide by zero error during file i/o test 11) added new Intel and AMD processors to cpuid.dat and code in pmcpu3a.asm to decode various new cache flags 12) Stray sysbench.ini files written if you change the default File I/O test drive 13) Fixed crash when more than 20 PCI devices on a machine 14) Removed window border from fullscreen graphics tests
 www.os2warp.org/Sysbench/sysb095c.zip
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