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CacheBench has now been integrated into LLCbench (Low Level Characterization Benchmarks); Remember, your machine should be dead quiet to produce. Two publicly available codes will be used to obtain memory benchmarks: CacheBench from University of Tennessee, and STREAM from University of Virginia. CacheBench - Description - Required Problems - STREAM. Cachebench, with hacks to make it run on SmartOS / x - elijah/cachebench.
CacheBench: This is a performance test of CacheBench, which is part of LLCbench. CacheBench is a benchmark designed to evaluate the performance of the memory hierarchy of computer systems. Its specific focus is to parameterize the. CacheBench is a synthetic benchmark to measure the bandwidth of a (hierarchic) memory subsystem for read, write and read-modify-write access. It has been.
Info: (Low-Level Characterization Benchmarks) was created by combining MPBench, CacheBench, and BLASBench into a single benchmark package. Request PDF on ResearchGate | The CacheBench Report | this paper, but interested readers are referred to Hennessey and Patterson's. Description: This is a program to empirically determine some parameters about an architectures memory subsystem. * CacheBench has now.