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Manual Reference Pages  -  AUTOBENCHD (1)

NAME

autobenchd - distributed autobench daemon

CONTENTS

Synopsis
Description
Options
Example
See Also
Author

SYNOPSIS

autobenchd [--port port] [--bindaddr bindaddr] [--verbose] [--debug]

DESCRIPTION

autobenchd listens on the port and IP address specified on the command line (defaulting to port 4600 and INADDR_ANY if the command line options are omitted), and waits for commands from autobench_admin. When it receives these commands, it conducts a benchmark using httperf with the arguments specified by autobench_admin, parses the httperf results and returns a summary to autobench_admin. autobench_admin collates the results from several instances of autobenchd running on different machines, and writes the collated results to a file for analysis.

OPTIONS

--port port
  Listen on port port. Defaults to 4600 if omitted.
--bindaddr bindaddr
  Bind to the address bindaddr, which may be given as either an IP address or hostname. INADDR_ANY may be specified as ‘0.0.0.0'. Defaults to INADDR_ANY if omitted.
--verbose
  Enable verbose output, which logs progress to stderr (perhaps --speak would be a better name, since autobenchd is completely silent in normal operation).
--debug
  Send additional debugging output to stderr, including the raw results returned by httperf.

EXAMPLE

autobenchd --port 1234 --bindaddr 123.123.123.213 --verbose Starts autobenchd on port 1234, bound to 123.123.123.213, with progress reporting enabled.

SEE ALSO

autobench_admin(1), httperf(1)

AUTHOR

Julian T. J. Midgley <jtjm@xenoclast.org>
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AUTOBENCHD (1) October 14, 2002

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