Intel has discontinued development of, and support for, its NAS Performance Toolkit, an application that measures the performance of small network-attached storage systems. But the software will live on, as Chipzilla has released the source code for the tool. The NASPT, as Intel liked to call it, was not the kind of tool one …
I know it's really not worth saying, but why does it have to be MS VS 8? I know it doesn't matter, but being 2013, couldn't it just be distributed with portability in mind, to the extent it can be portable at least? I really don't know why this irks me, maybe just because of the old Wintel paradigm.
Also, when this code was used, was it really used on Windows?
never heard of this software before today myself but the installation requirements include XP or Vista 32-bit with .NET
if you want a linux-based file system test(w/so perhaps check out iozone
Not sure if there is something better or not.. iozone seems to have quite a bit of options.
I hadn't heard of either one, but IOzone looks very interesting.
Thanks for the link.
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