mubench is an in-depth, low-level benchmark for x86 processors. Its primary goal is to provide useful information for people who optimize assembly code and write compilers. It measures latency and throughput for each individual instruction (sometimes several forms of the same instruction), as well as the throughput of arbitrary instruction mixes. The results produced by mubench are typically an order of magnitude more detailed than those found in AMD or Intel manuals.
MPIBurn is an MPI unicast benchmark. Modern inter-connect hardware handles broadcast messages with a different algorithm than that used for unicast messages. Just benchmarking broadcasts or N to N+1 messaging may not detect inter-connect malfunctions, so MPIBurn benchmarks any possible unicast connection while assuring to involve as many connections in parallel as possible. After each round, the peers are scrambled to ensure that the next round has completely different connection groups.
PootyPedia is a tool to track which hardware is in use by a software project. PootyPedia consists of a client program which finds the hardware and prepares it for reporting and a server program which tracks all the reports and keeps them organized in a database and generates reports from them.