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circuits.bench - simple benchmaking of the circuits library

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NAME

circuits.bench - simple benchmaking of the circuits library

SYNOPSIS

circuits.bench [ options]

DESCRIPTION

circuits.bench does some simple benchmaking of the circuits library.

OPTIONS

-b address:[port]
Bind to address:[port] (UDP) to test remote events. Default address is 0.0.0.0.
-c integer
Set concurrency level to integer. Default is 1.
-d
Enable debug mode.
-e number
Stop after specified number of events. Default is 0.
-f number
number of dummy events to fill queue with. Default is 0.
-l
Listen on 0.0.0.0:8000 (UDP) to test remote events.
-m mode
Set operation mode. mode can be latency, speed or sync. Default mode is speed.
-o format
Specify output format. For example format can be:"cicuits.bench: events:%s, speed:%s, time:%s"
-p
Enable execution profiling support.
-q
Suppress output.
-s
Enable psyco (circuits on speed!) if it is available.
-t seconds
Stop after specified elapsed seconds.
-w
Wait for remote nodes to connect.
--version
Output version information and exit.

AUTHOR

James Mills <prologic@shortcircuit.net.au>
This manual page was written by Daniele Tricoli <eriol@mornie.org>, for the Debian project (but may be used by others).
Jun 2011 circuits 2.0.2