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Some benchmarks - these can all be pulled down via 'git clone <repo>'

Some might be in entware/optware - or for distro's that wear the big boy pants, they're likely in the repo's directly...

Anyways - some items that have been shared back and forth - @kvic @RMerlin @Voxel and others...

Most of these - execute from the directory directly... might have to pull down dependencies here...

e.g. if /home/usr/sfx/builds/byte-unixbench - then that one - ~/builds/byte-unixbench/UnixBench/.Run

UnixBench

https://github.com/kdlucas/byte-unixbench

Hint - run this in the UnixBench sub-directory

TinyMemBench

https://github.com/ssvb/tinymembench

Hint - run this in the same dir as the build

IOBZone - measures storage IO

https://github.com/pantheon-systems/iozone.git

Hint1 - build in ~.iozone/src/current
Hint2 - Command line used: ./iozone -e -I -a -s 20M -r 4k -r 16k -r 512k -r 1024k -r 16384k -i 0 -i 1 -i 2 /tmp
Hint3 - you can play around with this with different paths
Hint 4- just append the commmand line with the path to test - in the example above it's '/tmp'


OpenWRT cpubench - this one includes source code

probably useless - but fun... and a good excuse for me to create a repo on github...

https://github.com/sfx2000/openwrt-cpubench.git

@Voxel and I had a bit of discussion on loops here...

There's others - iperf3 is a good one, and we'll discuss this in another post...

Other stuff -- some is github, some is entware/optware, and some is native for the OS in use...
 
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And more... these are more package oriented...

OpenSSL

Fun stuff -- Many do the openssl speed aes-128-cbc aes-256-cbc bf-cbc

Hint1 - Blowfish has been deprecated... so here's a quick one - uses the envelope, and elapsed time, not user time

for i in 128 256 ; do openssl speed -elapsed -evp aes-${i}-cbc; done​

Hint2 - gcm can be tested directly via the envelope

openssl speed -evp aes-128-gcm -elapsed

OpenVPN

This requires OpenVPN to be installed... Take the Time Value - 3200/time = throughput in Mb/Sec

openvpn --genkey --secret /tmp/secret
time openvpn --test-crypto --secret /tmp/secret --verb 0 --tun-mtu 20000 --cipher aes-256-cbc

Note - this predicts potential thruput over OpenVPN - much also depends on the WAN upstream/downstream
 
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