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iperf-3.10.1-1.1 RPM for armv7hl

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Name: iperf Distribution: openSUSE Tumbleweed
Version: 3.10.1 Vendor: openSUSE
Release: 1.1 Build date: Mon Jun 14 23:19:04 2021
Group: Productivity/Networking/Diagnostic Build host: obs-arm-5
Size: 66376 Source RPM: iperf-3.10.1-1.1.src.rpm
Summary: A tool to measure network performance
Iperf is a tool for active measurements of the maximum achievable bandwidth
on IP networks. It supports tuning of various parameters related to timing,
protocols, and buffers. For each test it reports the bandwidth, loss, and
other parameters.

This version, sometimes referred to as iperf3, is a redesign of an original
version developed at NLANR/DAST. iperf3 is a new implementation from scratch,
with the goal of a smaller, simpler code base, and a library version of the
functionality that can be used in other programs. iperf3 also a number of
features found in other tools such as nuttcp and netperf, but were missing
from the original iperf. These include, for example, a zero-copy mode and
optional JSON output.

Note that iperf3 is NOT backwards compatible with the original iperf.






* Mon Jun 07 2021 Michal Svec <>
  - update to 3.10.1:
    * Fixed a problem with autoconf scripts that made builds fail in
      some environments (#1154 / #1155).
    * GNU autoconf 2.71 or newer is now required to regenerate iperf3's
      configure scripts.
* Mon Jun 07 2021 Michal Svec <>
  - update to 3.10:
    * Fix a bug where some --reverse tests didn't terminate (#982 /
    * Responsiveness of control connections is slightly improved (#1045
      / #1046 / #1063).
    * The allowable clock skew when doing authentication between client
      and server is now configurable with the new --time-skew-threshold
      (#1065 / #1070).
    * Bitrate throttling using the -b option now works when a burst size
      is specified (#1090).
    * A bug with calculating CPU utilization has been fixed (#1076 /
    * A --bind-dev option to support binding sockets to a given network
      interface has been added to make iperf3 work better with
      multi-homed machines and/or VRFs (#817 / #1089 / #1097).
    * --pidfile now works with --client mode (#1110).
    * The server is now less likely to get stuck due to network errors
      (#1101, #1125), controlled by the new --rcv-timeout option.
    * Fixed a few bugs in termination conditions for byte or
      block-limited tests (#1113, #1114, #1115).
    * Added tcp_info.snd_wnd to JSON output (#1148).
    * Some bugs with garbled JSON output have been fixed (#1086, #1118,
      [#1143] / #1146).
    * Support for setting the IPv4 don't-fragment (DF) bit has been
      added with the new --dont-fragment option (#1119).
    * A failure with not being able to read the congestion control
      algorithm under WSL1 has been fixed (#1061 / #1126).
    * Error handling and error messages now make more sense in cases
      where sockets were not successfully opened (#1129 / #1132 /
      [#1136], #1135 / #1138, #1128 / #1139).
    * Some buffer overflow hazards were fixed (#1134).
    * It is now possible to use the API to set/get the congestion
      control algorithm (#1036 / #1112).
* Mon Sep 14 2020 Dirk Mueller <>
  - update to 3.9:
    * A --timestamps flag has been added, which prepends a timestamp to
      each output line.  An optional argument to this flag, which is a
      format specification to strftime(3), allows for custom timestamp
      formats (#909, #1028).
    * A --server-bitrate-limit flag has been added as a server-side
      command-line argument.  It allows a server to enforce a maximum
      throughput rate; client connections that specify a higher bitrate
      or exceed this bitrate during a test will be terminated.  The
      bitrate is expressed in bits per second, with an optional trailing
      slash and integer count that specifies an averaging interval over
      which to enforce the limit (#999).
    * A bug that caused increased CPU usage with the --bidir option has
      been fixed (#1011).
    * Fixed various minor memory leaks (#1023).
* Sat Jul 11 2020 Michal Svec <>
  - update to 3.8.1
    * Minor bugfixes and enhancements
  - don't apply the profiling patch any more
    (removed iperf-disable-profiling.patch)
* Thu Nov 14 2019 Michal Svec <>
  - update to 3.7
    * Support for simultaneous bidirectional tests with the --bidir flag
    * Use POSIX standard clock_gettime(3) interface for timekeeping where
    * Passwords for authentication can be provided via environment
    * Specifying --repeating-payload and --reverse now works
    * Failed authentication doesn't count for --one-off
    * Several memory leaks related to authenticated use were fixed
    * The delay for tearing down the control connection for the default
      timed tests has been increased, to more gracefully handle
      high-delay paths
    * Various improvements to the libiperf APIs
    * Fixed build behavior when OpenSSL is absent
    * Portability fixes
  - spec file cleanup
* Fri Jul 06 2018
  - update to 3.6
    * A new --extra-data option can be used to fill in a user-defined
      string field that appears in JSON output.
    * A new --repeating-payload option makes iperf3 use a payload pattern
      similar to that used by iperf2, which could help in recreating
      results that might be affected by payload entropy (for example,
    * -B now works properly with SCTP tests.
    * A compile fix for Solaris 10 was added.
    * Some minor bug fixes for JSON output.  In particular, warnings for
      debug and/or verbose modes with --json output and a fix for
      JSON output on CentOS 6
* Mon Mar 12 2018
  - update to 3.5
    * Bug fixes mostly
* Tue Nov 07 2017
  - update to 3.3
    * Bug fixes
* Fri Sep 22 2017
  - update to 3.2
    * Authentication mechanism added
    * New --dscp option allows specifying the DSCP value
    * Details:
    * Bug fixes
* Thu Aug 11 2016
  - update to version 3.1.3
    * fixes [boo#984453] [CVE-2016-4303] JSON parsing vulnerability
    * also includes support for fair-queueing, per-socket based
      pacing of tests on platforms that support it (currently recent
      Linux distributions), as well as several other fixes.



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