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benchmark program for putting a load to the processor
I'm looking for simple command line tool that I can use to put a load to the processor to check how other applications perform under heavy load.
It should be simple and without dependencies because it should run on an embedded system with a MIPS processor having busybox on it.
Can someone recommend such a tool (with source code for cross-compiling).Bus Error: Passengers dumped. Hech gap yo'q.
Thanks, but for super_pi, I found only a binary that doesn't run on a MIPS processor.
realfeel.c is only one file, but is uses an asm directive only for the Intel x86 architecture.
ubench comes with a configure and Makefile not intended for cross-compiling. After changing this, I still run into compile errors.
Is there something easier, something which starts already with a nice:
$ ./configure --host="..."
Still searching ...Bus Error: Passengers dumped. Hech gap yo'q.
Well, at the moment, I help myself remembering the simple and ancient benchmark programs like those:
They compile anywhere and anyhow.Bus Error: Passengers dumped. Hech gap yo'q.