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Old 08-21-2010, 12:17 PM   #1
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replacement for iometer?


Can anybody recommend a replacement for iometer? (http://www.iometer.org)

For those who don't know it, it measures mass storage performance using various access patterns configurable by the user

I liked the features of iometer on Windows a couple of years ago. I could somehow live with the limitation that the GUI has to run on a Windows machines. (maybe it would run in Wine???)

But the fact that the software hasn't been updated for years and various forum postings regarding problems when building and running measurements in Linux don't really convince me that it's the right tool for Linux these days.
 
  


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