Package bandwidth: Information

Source package: bandwidth
Version: 1.11.2-alt1
Latest version according to Repology
Build time:  Apr 18, 2022, 04:10 PM in the task #298504
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License: GPL-2.0
Summary: Artificial benchmark for measuring memory bandwidth
bandwidth, is an artificial benchmark primarily for measuring memory
bandwidth on x86 and x86_64 based computers, useful for identifying
weaknesses in a computer's memory subsystem, in the bus architecture,
in the cache architecture and in the processor itself.

bandwidth also tests some libc functions and, under GNU/Linux, it
attempts to test framebuffer memory access speed if the framebuffer
device is available.

bandwidth supports:

32- and 64-bit x86 GNU/Linux
Raspberry pi 4 ARM running 64-bit Raspberry Pi OS
Raspberry pi 3/4 ARM running 32-bit Raspberry Pi OS
64-bit x86 Windows
64-bit x86 Mac OS
64-bit M1 Mac OS
Thus it supports four processor architectures:

ARM 64-bit (aarch64)
ARM 32-bit (aarch32)

bandwidth is a benchmark to estimate the memory bandwidth of
a system, including main memory, L2 cache, framebuffer memory,
and string library performance.

List of rpms provided by this srpm:
bandwidth (x86_64, i586, armh, aarch64)
bandwidth-debuginfo (x86_64, i586, armh, aarch64)

Maintainer: Michael Shigorin

List of contributors:
Yuri N. Sedunov
Michael Shigorin

Michael Shigorin

    1. nasm
    2. rpm-macros-generic-compat

Last changed

April 15, 2022 Yuri N. Sedunov 1.11.2-alt1
- 1.11.2 (new %url)
- added aarch64 to ExclusiveArch
- fixed License tag
Sept. 23, 2011 Michael Shigorin 0.26c-alt1
- 0.26c:
  + fixes an issue with AMD processors
Jan. 21, 2011 Michael Shigorin 0.25a-alt1
- 0.25a (thanks force@)
  + upstream merged arches, added arm support