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Old 11-11-2005, 07:51 PM   #1
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CPU/Memory stress test

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Does anyone have either bash/perl or c code to perform CPU/memory stress testing? Looking for something that is really OS independent (can work on linux, BSD, Solaris, etc..) Thanks....

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Maybe take a look at the source code of stress program ?
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I took a look at this and this looks like what I'm looking for. Thanks for the find!



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