I can use a variety of tools to measure the volume of disk I/O currently flowing through the system (such as iotop and iostat) but I'm curious if it's possible to easily detect if a disk is seeking a ...
For example, I need to do "make " for some software. I want to measurement how long this is going take. Is there easy and accurate way to do so?
time is a brilliant command if you want to figure out how much CPU time a given command takes. I am looking for something similar that can measure the max RAM usage of the program and any children. ...
time is a brilliant command if you want to figure out how much CPU time a given command takes. I am looking for something similar that can measure the disk I/O of the program and any children. ...
I want to compare the speed of these two commands: grep pattern1 files* grep pattern2 files* Unfortunately, the first grep reads much of files* into memory buffers, so the second grep runs ...
I'm having WLAN trouble on my dualbooting win/linux laptop - the connection on linux side has occasional trouble, and seems somewhat slow and chunky. I would try to fix this issue by fiddling with all ...