cbench is a compiler benchmark utility that was
implemented to measure the effect of using
different compilers, compile time flags, and
runtime libraries on a set of synthetic micro-
benchmarks of C/C++ code. The set of small
benchmarks is easily extended.
The Group Enabled Cluster Compiler (gecc) distributes the compilation (of C/C++ code) on a cluster of hosts. Compiled code is cached, so rebuilds with little or no changes to the source are much faster. gecc can use any C/C++ compiler but has been tested with gcc.
This software is a distributed replicated blob
server. It is inspired by the google file system
paper found at
It stores your blobs (files) on a given number of