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meabo-1.0+git.20160823-lp152.3.2 RPM for aarch64

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Name: meabo Distribution: openSUSE Leap 15.2
Version: 1.0+git.20160823 Vendor: openSUSE
Release: lp152.3.2 Build date: Thu Nov 7 16:31:19 2019
Group: System/Benchmark Build host: obs-arm-2
Size: 85689 Source RPM: meabo-1.0+git.20160823-lp152.3.2.src.rpm
Summary: Multi-purpose multi-phase micro-benchmark
Meabo is a multi-phased multi-purpose micro-benchmark. It is a highly
configurable tool which can be used for energy efficiency studies, ARM
big.LITTLE Linux scheduler analysis and DVFS studies. It can be used for
other benchmarking as well.

The micro-benchmark is composed of 10 phases that perform various generic
calculations (from memory to compute intensive). None of the compute
kernels are optimized for a specific architecture. The micro-benchmark is
easily extensible, provides performance counter readings (today) and energy
readings (in the future), has multi-core and flexible pinning support, and
allows the user to run each phase in different configurations/

One of the main benefits of this tool is that it is scalable beyond the
aforementioned investigations, and is useful for anyone who would like
to understand system behaviour, whilst running small, simple and
well-understood computational kernels. The level of flexibility built into
the application is an added benefit, as it gives the user full control of
what is being run, where it is run, and whether it's single or
multi-threaded, all within the same run of the application.






* Sun Sep 04 2016
  - Initial package for version 1.0+git.20160823



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