SWET (Sustained Workload Efficiency Test) — console C (si) utility to test the efficiency and stability of the hardware.
swet supports single/multiprocessor and single/multi-core hardware, in single-threaded and multithreaded mode. After performing a stress test of CPU/processor and RAM gives the results of the effectiveness calculations.
swet allows the flexibility to define the methods of testing, available tests floating point and integer tests, mathematical, logical, bitwise calculations, as well as 8, 16, 32, 64 and 128-bit tests, it is possible to flexibly select the class performed the stress test.
Test kits swet set from the command line and/or list, a set of tests is read from a text file. Performance results and efficiency are displayed with a precision of microseconds/nanoseconds (microsecond / nanosecond).
swet has lots of options allowing the flexibility to specify formatting of output. The obtained data can be displayed in the terminal emulator window as a normal table and a table frame, and save the results in file formats CSV (*.csv) , or HTML (*.html).
License: GNU General Public License version 3.0 (GPLv3)