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Interbench

Interbench is a benchmarking application designed to emulate the CPU scheduling behavior of interactive tasks and measure their scheduling latency and jitter. It does this first with the tasks on their own and then in the presence of various background loads.

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  •  31 Oct 2009 05:12

    Release Notes: Compilation problems and warnings were fixed for newer versions of GCC. The output was changed to not show sub-millisecond values for normal benchmarks as their values are irrelevant but people were concentrating on them. The documentation was updated.

    •  04 Mar 2006 15:22

      Release Notes: This release adds options to select benchmarked loads, manpages, and documentation updates.

      •  10 Aug 2005 05:21

        Release Notes: The ability to choose which loads to perform was added. An optional comment to the logfile was added. The loops calibration was altered to make it easier to complete. Numerous bugfixes were made.

        •  06 Aug 2005 08:10

          Release Notes: More floating point fixes.

          •  04 Aug 2005 00:31

            Release Notes: This release corrects standard deviation and average latency calculation and implements gaming standard deviation.

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