On Fri, 28 Jan 2011, Simon Horman wrote:
> The last time that I did some micro-benchmarking of LVS I
> found Julian's lvs-test to be of use.
I didn't understand how this works. It fires small packets
(0?, 1?) bytes and doesn't listen for a reply. I got
enormous numbers for the throughput, more that I could
account for being allowed over a 100Mbps link.
> More generally, when doing network benchmarking I find
> netperf to be very useful.
have never used it. I should go figure out what it does
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