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comment Running -march optimized software on another architechture?
Do you know if Qemu is capable of emulating Athlon64 instruction sets?
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comment Using the Wifi of a notebook via ethernet for another PC
Ok, grabbed the wrong cable. Thanks!
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comment Using the Wifi of a notebook via ethernet for another PC
Thank you for the reply, though I didn't manage to get it working. I will edit the topic.
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comment CLI filesystem benchmark for random read/write with specified block size
Thanks again! Yes, I tried bonnie++ with the chunk-size and this is the output: dpaste.com/587091 As you can see, it only displays random create per second and delete per second. I'm looking for a tool with a output like this: lwn.net/Articles/220277
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comment CLI filesystem benchmark for random read/write with specified block size
Thanks for your reply but neither bonnie nor the programms on the Linux Benchmark Suite (been there, done that) are able to do random write/reads with 4K Chunk size. I found IOtest, which is exactly what I'm looking for, unfortunately there is no working download link on the company's page.
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